The reason this evidence of “fine-tuning for discovery” is so satisfying to me is not just because it defeats the anthropic principle.
Dr. Hedin argues that the dogmatic rule that natural science should only ever invoke natural causes has at its heart a logical problem.
The comparison between Lincoln and Darwin is noteworthy. The words of the former are immortal, of the latter…increasingly evident in their mortality.
Students are adept at spotting the incongruities, double standards, and tendentious arguments that often accompany methodological naturalism.
The late Phillip Johnson called Dr. Witt’s book from InterVarsity Press “a wise and witty romp through the fallacies of reductionism.”