Tag: Alvin Plantinga
On Signature in the Cell, a Rabbi Does an Admirable Job of Explaining Things to Geneticist Robert Saunders
Rabbi Averick has occasionally crossed swords with fellow Chicagoan Jerry Coyne — he seems to get under Coyne’s skin.
What Textbooks Say about the “Randomness” at the Heart of Darwinian Theory
Plantinga has decided that modern evolution is whatever he chooses to make it by citing his favored sources.
Glenn Reynolds: For More Skepticism on Science, Not Less
“The very core of the scientific method is supposed to be skepticism.”
Intelligent Design and Theistic Evolution Go Toe-to-Toe at Wheaton College
Alvin Plantinga led off with a session on “science and theology as ways of knowing.”
What’s in a Word? “Randomness” in Darwinism and the Scientific Theory of Evolution
This is the third in a series of reviews of Alvin Plantinga’s important new book, Where the Conflict Really Lies.