One sign of a robust scientific theory is the quality of its most prominent proponents. But serious advocates of Darwinism have become an endangered species.
Richard Dawkins, better than anyone, has publicly championed the dogma that Darwinian pathways can and must always exist for any biological system.
What was unclear was whether his rage against intelligent design reflected just an isolated problem in his thinking, or whether it’s something more system-wide.
Theistic evolutionists are baptizing a theory first composed by Darwin as a substitute for the doctrine of special Creation.
Despite Miller’s claims, neither human reason nor free will evolved because neither is generated by material processes.