Are there natural limits to biological change? Is the evidence for design in nature well founded?
Methodological naturalism is the idea that scientists may only invoke unintelligent causes for nature’s history.
Lewis died on this day, November 22, sixty year ago in 1963. He frequently examined the impact of modern science on human life.
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.
There sure are a lot more things about reality than are captured by a narrow naturalistic view.