For the body politic, policies that take natural selection seriously will increasingly restrain human life and freedom in the face of competing animal and ecological interests.
As we head into Evolution Sunday, I offer this second installment in a series of reviews of Alvin Plantinga’s long-awaited new book.
Anyone interested in the dialogue between science and religion needs to read Alvin Plantinga’s new book.
Readers will be interested in this video of a lecture that our friend Robert J. Marks did for a course introducing engineering to Baylor students.
“I think there is such a thing as a sensus divinitatis, and in some people it doesn’t work properly,” Plantiga said.