Tag: Gifford lectures
Carl Sagan’s Love/Hate Relationship with Intelligent Design
Philosopher of science Paul Nelson explores an intriguing tension in the thinking of the famous scientist and science popularizer.
Humanity: Natural Selection’s Ultimate Challenge According to C. S. Lewis
How could a blind material process produce man’s unique capabilities of reason and conscience?
C. S. Lewis and the Argument from Reason
Naturalists, like everyone else, generally trust their reason to lead them to truth.
Freeman Dyson: The Passing of an Iconoclastic Physicist
Dyson was careful to take an open-minded approach: not fully endorsing design, yet not rejecting it either.