David’s insults no doubt leave a mark. But an elegant one.
The skill to contrive a computer that sits comfortably on your lap overshadows the skill it once took to build one, of lesser computing power, that took up an entire room’s worth of space.
Phil Johnson ascended majestically above the usual point of skepticism. It was the great case of Darwin et al v. the Western Religious Tradition that occupied his attention.
Someone had asked Hook what he’ll say if, when he dies, he finds that counter to his belief when still alive, there’s a God after all waiting to greet him.
“Facts alone are insufficient to destroy a conspiracy theory, of course, and in many ways a theory’s appeal has more to do with the receptiveness of its audience than the accuracy of its details.”