So-called Darwinian medicine has increased in popularity, though the way physicians and researchers choose to apply their Darwinism varies.
With Concerns about Darwinist Racialism in Mind, National Review Cleans House
Robert Weissberg is someone I was not familiar with. I’ve just taken a moment to catch up a bit with some of his foul associations.
Seeking an Official Definition of “Randomness”: A Reply to Jay Richards
How do we tell exactly what the scientific theory of evolution is? There is no axiomatized presentation emblazoned on the walls of the American Academy for the Advancement of Science.
Glenn Reynolds: For More Skepticism on Science, Not Less
“The very core of the scientific method is supposed to be skepticism.”
Review of Francis Collins’s New Book, The Language of God
Dr. Francis Collins will, of course, be remembered as the man who mapped the human genome. In his latest book, a best-seller, the medical geneticist tackles some weighty subjects, namely the relationship between faith and science and the issue of evolution as the backdrop to his entire work. Logan Gage has a thoughtful review in the October issue of American Spectator, in which he says Collins “gives an excellent lay treatment of the argument for design in physics and cosmology,” but later “gets hung up on a common misperception about ID in biology.” Click here to read the entire review.