The insight is timely, given the two-year anniversary of lockdowns that we’ve recently observed.
The year 1859, when Darwin changed the course of science and when John Brown rebelled and died, was a profound historical turning point.
Dr. King was critical of the misuse of science to promote racial discrimination, and he spoke against the idea that humans are the products of a blind process.
The new Christmas horror-comedy Silent Night offers a shrewd indictment of both mindless secularism and authoritarian science.
How could a blind material process produce man’s unique capabilities of reason and conscience?