Neo-Darwinians breathed a sigh of relief when in the 1930s they found a way to incorporate Mendel’s laws of heredity. Now, that relief is unraveling.
Evolutionists argue that organisms can evolve by loss of function. Sounds like Behe’s hypothesis. But you’ll never get wings and eyes that way.
Students are adept at spotting the incongruities, double standards, and tendentious arguments that often accompany methodological naturalism.
We still are not close to designing any self-replicating machine. That is still pure science fiction.
Science, the dominant way of knowing of our age, now finds itself caught between a rock and (very) hard place.