William Lane Craig’s rhetorical strategy is essentially to accept whatever mainstream evolutionary paleoanthropology says.
Rainbows have long been a rich and powerful symbol, from the Scriptural account of the aftermath of the flood to today’s progressive sexual agenda.
The depiction of Francis Collins as someone who has developed a good model for integrating faith and science is in many respects a tragic myth.
The critics, including Ethan Siegel, appear to see Meyer much like Voldemort in the Harry Potter series.
Given evolution’s racist baggage, you might think the theory’s proponents would be somewhat abashed to accuse the critics of Darwin of “white supremacy.”