Michael Behe is a biochemist, leading proponent of intelligent design, and a wise guide to understanding the wonders of life with its mysterious “purposeful arrangement of parts.”
The “next great revolution” in science is already happening, and graduates of our Summer Seminars are leading the way.
I’m interested in “science as a cultural domain,” too. And here’s a great illustration of how the culture changes.
Scientists aren’t like “everyone else”: because of the prestige they enjoy, the impact of their being “uncritical of things that [they] want to believe” is tremendous. It can be quite corrosive, quite malign.
I had heard many public movement leaders say they wanted regular folks like me to engage, but they never really provided an opportunity.