“We have already genetically engineered babies, the march toward three- (or more) parent human embryos, and radical proposals for creating novel family forms.”
Above is a picture of three children in the 1950s. One of them is me, the other two are not.
Michael Behe in 2006 and Jonathan Wells in 2017 wrote about the irreducible complexity of the light-sensing cascade that makes vision possible.
Estranged from God, both art and science become incoherent babble, sliding toward an obsession with the prurient lure of triumphant evil.
David Barash is an evolutionary biologist known for delivering a yearly talk to his students disabusing them of the idea that science can be reconciled with religious faith.