Given evolution’s racist baggage, you might think the theory’s proponents would be somewhat abashed to accuse the critics of Darwin of “white supremacy.”
Historian Michael Flannery continues his discussion with Tom Woodward about Alfred Russel Wallace, co-founder with Charles Darwin of the theory of evolution.
Alfred Wallace was arguing his position from simple logic rather than on the authority of revelation from any of the Abrahamic faiths.
How did Charles Darwin react to Wallace’s argument for design? Historian Michael Flannery joins Tom Woodward to explain.
How could a blind material process produce man’s unique capabilities of reason and conscience?