Tag: Darwin’s Dangerous Idea
Farewell to Gertrude Himmelfarb, Brutally Honest Historian of the “Darwinian Revolution”
Written in 1959, her monumental book, Darwin and the Darwinian Revolution, continues to tower over Whiggish studies on the subject.
How Is Darwin’s Idea Dangerous? John West Counts the Ways
Dr. West details the landscape of the cultural, moral, legal, even medical “landmarks” that have been worn away under the influence of evolutionary thinking.
Kudzu Science: Ken Miller’s The Human Instinct
Miller is one of those “settled science” bullies. Here he sets his sights on essayist Marilynne Robinson.
Historian of Science Michael Keas Refutes the Argumentum ad Francis Collins
Don’t accept something simply because Francis Collins, BioLogos, or for that matter Michael Behe or Discovery Institute — or anybody else — tells you to.
BioLogos Blog Author Helps Darwin’s Universal Acid Burn God Right Out of Religion
Since Matt Rossano’s own professional work removes God from the origin of religion, he’s in the unusual position of being both fiddler and arsonist as religion is burned up by Darwin’s universal acid.