Parents and educators might feel it’s the safest way to take shelter from claims by scientists and other academics that are thought to engender cynicism and to undermine faith.
Cutting to the heart of even a very big subject is possible and desirable and important. Here’s an attempt an answer.
He knows the common challenges to intelligent design and poses them very articulately, and he’s obviously absorbed Meyer’s books.
Further requirements could be listed, including some even more horrific than cloning.
Writing at Mind Matters, Michael Egnor dissects another illustration of the “I Suck” impulse at work. It’s from his fellow neuroscientist Steven Novella.