We Will All Miss Ide Trotter
Ide was a straight-shooting no-nonsense Texan. He was as good a friend as intelligent design could have.
In U.S. and Europe, Gender Ideology as “Settled Science” Is Crumbling
In the U.S., an increasing number of states are passing laws or guidelines to protect children from potentially irreversible and life-shattering outcomes.
The Cruel Legacy of Social Darwinism in Nigeria
Social Darwinism rests like a tiger moth on Darwinism, its mother theory; when challenged with facts, it just flits to a slightly different position.
Possible Cave “Proto-Writing” Challenges Slow Evolution of Human Consciousness
London-based wood carving conservator Ben Bacon has, with academic colleagues, shaken up Ice Age paleontology.
The Apotheosis of William Wordsworth
What many responded to in Wordsworth’s evocations of Nature’s sacrality was his restoration of a partially obscured link between Nature and the divine.