Steven Novella is a Yale neurologist who has consistently denied that ID is a valid scientific inference.
As I read through the scientific literature of evolutionary biology to try and convince myself of its accuracy and coherence, I was struck by the frequency with which I encountered “religious” language.
Theodosius Dobzhansky and Ashley Montagu wrote in 1947, “Race differences arise chiefly because of the differential action of natural selection on geographically separate populations.”
I recently traveled to San Diego to attend the annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion.
On the relationship between religion on science, few scholars have been more influential than the late Ian Barbour, a physicist and theologian.