Doug Axe showed that functional space is a tiny fraction of sequence space in proteins. Evolutionists think they found a shortcut.
I’ve fussed about this point for a long time. And Discovery Institute colleagues have occasionally chided me for my obsession.
Watch an interview when he was healthy and you will see a man who swam in English like a dolphin loved water.
Considering Hamlet, the Aristotelian can appreciate both the physiology and the drama to which the mechanist is blind.
Editor’s Note: This is crossposted at Cornelius Hunter’s blog, Darwin’s God. The much maligned Don McLeroy has a column in today’s Bryan-College Station Eagle. Recall that McLeroy has been accused of a host of nefarious deeds, including recklessly disregarding the advice of education experts, causing the Texas State Board of Education to be “extremely dysfunctional,” fueling endless culture wars, and putting ideology and partisanship ahead of the schoolchildren of Texas. So what does McLeroy have to say for himself? Well he starts right off with the ludicrous idea of teaching only science in science class. I can now see why everyone was so upset. McLeroy writes that there is no place for any ideology, religious or otherwise in science class. Read More ›