As a physician, I have cared for many patients who were fearful. Often with good reason, but not always.
When Tour gets done, the narrative we all learned in high school biology class is in shreds on the floor.
I’ve just been watching a remarkable video of a recent speech by Richard Dawkins, on the theme that atheists can “take courage” from the example of Charles Darwin.
According to the self-effacing scholar, he was always “puzzled when someone describes me as courageous.”
Says Meyer, “There are many many many people who have come up to the water’s edge, who have seen the problems with Darwinian evolution, have counted the cost, and recoiled.”