In a previous post, I argued that methodological naturalism is a reasonable and neutral working principle limiting everyday science to natural causes.
Nye is big on praising diversity. But when it comes to a diversity of viewpoints on evolution, the façade of broadmindedness drops.
Something to remember next time you hear Darwinists trying to raise alarms about the dread effects on education if young people are allowed to question evolutionary orthodoxy.
I belabor the semantic point concerning “Darwinism” because the Darwinian enterprise includes a methodological exclusion of design and notoriously equivocates on words such as “evolution,” “random,” and even “design.”
Rabbi Averick has occasionally crossed swords with fellow Chicagoan Jerry Coyne — he seems to get under Coyne’s skin.