Tag: Adam and Eve
Protein Evolution, the Waiting-Time Problem, and the Intriguing Possibility of Two First Parents
After being asked to evaluate the scientific case against Adam and Eve, Ann Gauger dove into population genetics.
Coming Soon to DiscoveryU: Live Courses on Science and Christianity
The pilot course, Science and Christianity I: A Historical Exploration, begins on July 10 and will be the first in a three-part module taught by yours truly.
Studying Chimps Is “Politics by Other Means”
A recent book in which chimpanzee experts reflect on their work tells us a good deal about the chimpanzee expert world.
There’s Nothing Funny About Evolution
Is a sense of humor a byproduct, an accident, or was it installed on purpose? For better health? There definitely seems to be a purpose.
Luskin: Adam and Eve and the Evolving Scientific Consensus
Scientists have become much more reticent about saying the first couple must be no more than a product of the ancient Hebrew imagination.