He credits reading Meyer’s book as the primary cause of his rejecting neo-Darwinian evolution, a “brilliant and beautiful scientific theory” now overtaken by science.
Their conversation is so full of treasures, it’s hard to distill it down to an essence. But I’ll try.
He knows the common challenges to intelligent design and poses them very articulately, and he’s obviously absorbed Meyer’s books.
The Seattle-based staff of Discovery Institute and the Center for Science & Culture just celebrated our Christmas luncheon.
There’s an inviting coziness about this time of year, perfect for shutting the computer down, putting the accursed iPhone away, and retreating to the beauty of printed pages.