The philosopher argues against naturalistic evolution, while differing from intelligent design theorists in his approach to the question.
The famed Brazilian chemist discusses the body’s surprisingly helpful (and sophisticated) system for flushing out the bad stuff.
The core difficulty for some scientists who read Michael Behe’s book is also the key idea at its heart.
The criticisms keep coming. It’s hard to keep up. Lents, in fact, just yesterday added additional commentary on Behe’s use of the chart.
ID proponents have long predicted that functions would be uncovered for such non-coding DNA.