Nature Worship Advances as Human Dignity Retreats
The dead body has value because the human person does. How we treat our dead reflects our views on what we think about the living.
Human Origins: All in the Family
If a Neanderthal walked down the street, appropriately dressed, you probably wouldn’t notice.
The Human Fossil Record Lacks Intermediaries
The news media might be heavily biased toward evolution, but at least it is predictable.
Can Myths About Dogs Tell Us About Their Origins?
A French historian studies the relationship between ancient stories told about dogs and information from genetics and archaeology.
De-Humanizing Neanderthals: A Darwinist Dog that Won’t Hunt
Growing evidence suggests Neanderthals buried their dead, employed technology, and had a brain size equal to or even slightly larger than ours.