The Lehigh University biochemist haunts the dreams of Darwinists. Each of his three books sparked a firestorm of criticism.
If the paper is any indication, appearing as it does in a prominent journal, some of the suffocating constraints on ID advocacy may be coming off.
It seems obvious: humans and chimps differ markedly. But as Wesley Smith noted yesterday, it is not so obvious to the editors of Human Evolution.
If you’re going to engage with an individual you disagree with, it’s important to know what that person argues and to state it accurately.
Perhaps it is awe-inspiring to evolutionary biologists to try to work a puzzle, trying to find how everything is connected by common ancestry.