The scientific culture of the 19th and early 20th century produced three great wizards — Charles Darwin, Karl Marx, and Sigmund Freud.
One scenario involves a first human pair created from scratch — Adam and Eve, as many traditional religious believers would have it.
Darwinists struggle to explain why any creature would evolve protections from environmental conditions it had never experienced.
Dr. Berlinski questions evolutionary understandings of language and expresses doubt as to what reproductive benefit could have accrued to “the first guy to master the Greek subjunctive.”
The design we infer in nature is an insight we abstract from our senses, but the inference itself is acquired by our reason.