Unlike Darwin, Owen believed that evolution was guided by teleology or purpose, and he saw humans as different from animals not only in degree but in kind.
I stopped by Joe the truck driver’s house to talk. Joe read Yale neurologist Steven Novella’s essay, and he didn’t think much of it.
Joe wonders how a scientist could be so wrong and still keep his job.
I told the staff of En Arche that the foundation reminded me of Discovery Institute twenty years ago.
Most Darwinists are far savvier in how they seek to persuade the public.