You’d have to have a heart of stone not to laugh.
The child was born with a mitochondrial disorder that causes brain damage and eventually death.
Trilobites, crinoids, brachiopods, and more bear his name. But a colleague introduces some telling confusions into a remembrance.
Writing here the other day, I looked at a new book co-authored by theistic evolutionist Dennis Venema.
Theistic evolutionary thinking is designed to reconcile religious believers to the denial of their own common sense.
“Animals whose life histories involve two or more distinct body plans are the rule rather than the exception.”
You’d never know that theologians have been discussing this topic for at least a thousand years.
Bad news for “those trying to refashion Darwin into a religious believer whose evolutionary theory is no threat to religion, especially to traditional forms of Christianity.”
Editor’s Note: This is crossposted at Cornelius Hunter’s blog, Darwin’s God. The much maligned Don McLeroy has a column in today’s Bryan-College Station Eagle. Recall that McLeroy has been accused of a host of nefarious deeds, including recklessly disregarding the advice of education experts, causing the Texas State Board of Education to be “extremely dysfunctional,” […]
Editor’s Note: This is crossposted at Professor Scot McKnight’s Beliefnet blog, Jesus Creed. The first post in this series is found here, and the second here. The Origin of Beauty Benjamin Wiker and Jonathan Witt’s masterful book A Meaningful World: How the Arts and Sciences Reveal the Genius of Nature gives the following illustration of […]