Advocates of intelligent design have experienced the lengths to which upholders of the “predetermined narrative” will go to punish dissent.
It is shocking how enthusiastically Canada has embraced the culture of death — to the point that little dissent is allowed.
Today the term Lysenkoism applies to any use of government power to enforce scientific orthodoxy.
Those of you who read A.C. Grayling’s arrogant and intellectually vacuous thrashing of Steve Fuller’s new book, Dissent Over Descent: Evolution’s 500-Year War on Intelligent Design, will want to know that Fuller now has a reply available at the New Humanist. Grayling’s method is to simplify opponents’ arguments to the point of misrepresenting them. Just as bad, Grayling’s “review” reveals a woefully disappointing grasp of the the origins of modern science and the history of Christianity. One begins to wonder whether the days of truly intellectual atheists are over. Perhaps it is no longer possible for atheists, uneducated in the history of Christianity and its doctrines, to level serious, challenging criticisms of the faith. It seems they just have too Read More ›