These abstract concepts don’t derive from the material world, yet we feel impoverished without them; they’re foundations of a life worth living.
The ease of ascribing beauty to intelligent design contrasts with the impossibility of explaining its origin by material causes.
Here’s the simple test to tell if scientists are exaggerating wildly. Let’s call it: “The Principle of Comparative Difficulty.”
Stephen Meyer’s case for intelligent design in Darwin’s Doubt keeps getting vindicated by new fossils.
Truth, beauty, and goodness are abstract concepts that correspond to our deepest desires. They are not likely to have evolved by a neo-Darwinian process.