One reason, he says, is the “relentless” growth of the ID movement, in academia and around the world. This conversation is itself evidence on the latter point.
These abstract concepts don’t derive from the material world, yet we feel impoverished without them; they’re foundations of a life worth living.
A memory stands out. It was the evening he was honored by family, friends, ID scholars Stephen Meyer, William Dembski, and Walter Bradley along with James Tour.
Some will submit that his kind are gone, but I know that they are still around, because he helped get them there.
Here’s a collection of short news items of interest from the animal and human worlds.