Back in January in Dallas, Discovery Institute organized its major conference on science and faith, before a huge and appreciative audience.
“Except for guys like these, not everyone really understands what’s inside.” So says Lehigh University biochemist Michael Behe.
That framing is backwards, or perhaps upside-down, probably in order to make the paper by Granville Sewell sound unreasonable.
The most spectacular example of an engineered living system is the human body, toward the invention of which the whole cosmos appears to have been very carefully aimed.
Maybe life is not a tree but, as biologists are finding to be increasingly likely, a forest or an orchard. But then what are the consequences for strict naturalism?