Professor Jerry Coyne, for one, says that HarperCollins, publisher of Michael Behe’s forthcoming book, “should be ashamed at [sic] itself for publishing the biology equivalent of flat-Earthism.”
While Dr. Keas’s book is not directed against belief in extraterrestrials, it does cast a new light on ETs that may make skeptics and believers alike think again.
Bruno was not executed for his view that we live in a vast universe with vast numbers of planets.
Isn’t it interesting that some laymen are able to interact with the relevant scientific ideas here — Prager does — while others plug their ears and refuse to think about it.
One historian says Darwin’s naturalism came first, and “only later did he find a theory to validate his convictions.”