Without intelligent design, how the “the last universal common ancestor of all living organisms” arose remains frustratingly elusive to theorists.
Loved by children, one of the most common beetles turns out to have engineering marvels under its shields.
Scientific materialists must live in a state of cognitive dissonance.
The admonishment from Robert George and Cornel West is eloquent, important — and frankly, long overdue.
This reminds me of the observations of sociologist Arthur C. Brooks that conservatives and religious folks are on average signficantly happier and more philanthropic than liberals and secularists.