This is an important thing to remember as we continue to evaluate the legacy of Darwin’s arguments today.
This human trait of question-asking begins almost as soon as we learn to talk. Young children can confound their parents with their rapid-fire questions.
“Many will read this book for the close, elegant reasoning, the astonishing erudition, or the mordant analysis. I confess I read it for the prose.”
Today we feature a video hosted by historian of science Michael Keas that exposes three big myths about the history of Christianity and science.
I didn’t know what to expect from the blog when it started, but it quickly developed a following that was gratifying to see.