What you’d expect is humans more or less on the level of animals — not greatly exceeding them in evil, or greatly transcending them in good.
Edgar Rice Burroughs set his Tarzan series (1912) in the African jungle. Because of Tarzan’s wild upbringing, he avoids the debilitating forces of civilization.
Günter Bechly describes the species pair challenge, the waiting time problem, and much more that Darwinists can’t explain.
Egnor explains, “Nominalism is the view that universals exist only as concepts in the mind, but not in reality.”
Their conversation is so full of treasures, it’s hard to distill it down to an essence. But I’ll try.