A meeting at Churchill College, University of Cambridge, sought to encourage novel thinking about evolution.
He credits reading Meyer’s book as the primary cause of his rejecting neo-Darwinian evolution, a “brilliant and beautiful scientific theory” now overtaken by science.
It’s another illustration of how the increasingly recognized inadequacies of materialist origins theories have failed to be reported to the general public.
May a teacher let students know what evolutionary biologists had to say about their own field at the November 2016 Royal Society meeting?
It’s circular: “Because evolution innovates things, it will innovate things if given the opportunity.”