Conway Morris’s description is dead on. Imagine the scene he describes — hiking through gorgeous scenery up to a tiny quarry where you find ancient fossils preserved in incredible detail.
The standard Darwinian tactic is to ignore plausible counterarguments, and when that no longer suffices, to smear authors as creationists who don’t understand science.
The publication of Meyer’s book marks the moment when the theory of intelligent design — love it or hate it — has solidly joined the mainstream discussion about biological origins.
“A truly remarkable book….[L]eaves macroevolution sitting atop a boundary (or wall) with an outlook no better that that of Humpty Dumpty.”
He champions Darwinism, the sick man of science, without ever daring to meet the opposition head-on. Enough of this.