The importance of metals, particularly iron, and the importance of the discovery of metallurgy can hardly be exaggerated.
We may think that we’re untouched by trends in thinking that go on far away. In a science lab or a science classroom, for instance. But that’s wrong.
You do not need to study mutations for thirty years to predict that bombarding plant chromosomes with radiation will not lead to major agricultural advances.
Reproduction is the most fundamental characteristic of life. We see it happen everywhere, so we may feel there is nothing “unnatural” about it.
Did Rev. Curry read Michael Denton? Maybe not, but it sure sounds like it.