“Well, we can’t touch the third rail, so the question becomes, How can we safely get past it?”
Yesterday on Twitter we had the opportunity to recommend it to an ID critic who wrote a book chapter on intelligent design without first doing his homework.
Consider an analogy. Imagine you have gone to visit the circular pattern of great stones on the Salisbury Plain in England known as Stonehenge.
James Kalb offers a thoughtful review of Tom Bethell’s recent book, Darwin’s House of Cards.
He shows how water’s properties are interrelated for the apparent purpose of allowing complex life to exist on our planet.