On his radio show today, Eric Metaxas talked with philospher of science Stephen Meyer about the reissue of an expanded version of the Ur-text of intelligent design.
A young woman wept at realizing that there was a rational, objective, scientific response to the scientific atheism she had been fed by her professors in college.
We may dispute what Darwin felt or thought in the privacy of his study — but the bulk of his writings fall clearly into advocating for one perspective: naturalism.
The cell is what biochemist Michael Behe has called evolution’s “black box,” its spectacularly complex, superbly designed contents unknown to Charles Darwin.
Think about the implications of this statistic: “55 percent of American adults now believe that science and religion are often in conflict.”