What was unclear was whether his rage against intelligent design reflected just an isolated problem in his thinking, or whether it’s something more system-wide.
The existence of progenitor food crops (edible plants) on Earth was a necessary starting point for the availability of our food.
Dr. Berlinski explores a chicken-and-egg problem facing origin-of-life research, and a blindness afflicting some evolutionists focused on human origins.
Ide was a straight-shooting no-nonsense Texan. He was as good a friend as intelligent design could have.
In the U.S., an increasing number of states are passing laws or guidelines to protect children from potentially irreversible and life-shattering outcomes.