One of my favorite poems (actually, a famous extract from the longer work Jubilate Agno) is Christopher Smart’s “To My Cat Jeoffrey.”
Meyer tells the story of Einstein’s visit to the Palomar Observatory and his realization that he must abandon his famous fudge factor, the cosmological constant.
With permission from American Scientific Affiliation (ASA), we are now making publicly available all of the articles published in ASA’s journal, Perspectives on Science & Christian Faith (PSCF), by Dennis Venema and Stephen Meyer in their recent debate over Signature in the Cell.
There was little scientific substance in the presentation, particularly on the subject of evolution. Instead, Dr. Scott attempted to draw parallels between the political strategies employed by Darwin skeptics (whom she seems to think are all creationists) and Climate Change skeptics (whom she pejoratively labeled “deniers”).
If you think Darwin’s theory of evolution is as secure as Einstein’s theory of special relativity, well…maybe you’re right.