Tag: Henri Bergson
C. S. Lewis and Theistic Evolution
Biological development is either the result of an unintelligent material process or a process guided by a mind, aka intelligent design.
Why C. S. Lewis Doubted the Creative Power of Natural Selection
Lewis first read Bergson in France during World War I while recovering from shrapnel wounds from the front-lines, and the experience on Lewis was profound.
The Triumphalism of Strickberger’s Evolution
The oversimplification here is staggering (Darwin and women’s rights?!) and would take an entire book to unpack.
Rutgers University Law Journal Advocates “Intelligence-Based Alternatives” to Darwinism
May a teacher let students know what evolutionary biologists had to say about their own field at the November 2016 Royal Society meeting?
Only Religionists Doubt Darwin? The Case of C.S. Lewis
If this were true, it would cast suspicion on the skeptics who, so goes this line of insinuation, are motivated by their passion to believe.