A chemist-turned-philosopher, J.P. Moreland approaches the intersection of science and worldviews with a love and respect for both.
Praising science as way to implicitly, or explicitly, club religion over the head is a familiar feature of our culture. It’s not new, either.
Is it really plausible to say that humans and chimps share an evolutionarily recent common ancestor, some 6 million years ago?
The issue comes down to the creative power of the unguided evolutionary mechanism, or the lack of it.
It’s surprising to reflect that no scientist up till now had fully shared his own experience in rethinking Darwinism.