He covers how “a lightbulb went on” for him about Darwinism, the fatal waiting time problem, why the ballyhooed extended synthesis fails to save the day for evolution, and more.
Social exclusion via refusal to engage is probably the most powerful and effective means of controlling the debate about origins within science.
Douglas Axe urges scientists to admit there are things they don’t understand about life’s origins, much as there are things in Scripture we can’t grasp.
Darwinian theory is a more than just an idea about origins. The reasons it arouses the passion it does go beyond science.
It had not occurred to me that anyone would see the beginning of the universe as a challenge to their faith, but evidently some do.