Richard Dawkins felt free to encourage experimentation in ape-human hybrids, work that Dawkins hopes will undermine the idea that humans are anything special.
Darwinism and eugenics, going back to the 19th century, were haunted by ideas of “replacement.”
Scientists have become much more reticent about saying the first couple must be no more than a product of the ancient Hebrew imagination.
Hanegraaff and Thomas provide a model of how two men with differing positions on Christianity can challenge each other while remaining cordial.
Thomas and radio host Hank Hanegraaff discuss the fossil record’s challenge to Darwinism, Gould and Eldredge’s rescue attempt, and more.