A couple of years ago, Professor Lents became fascinated by orphan genes, and went looking for them in the human genome.
We have connected alumni with scientists who are conducting key research related to the design debate. Other graduates have become professors themselves.
It was Nathan Lents himself who wrote, “I’ve made mistakes, some I caught, others someone else caught. I always correct it the best I can. That’s what honest people do.”
While historically belonging to the pre-modern 19th century, Darwinian evolution teaches what amounts to the deconstruction of what was understood before to be the great design of biology.
The evidence commonly cited to argue for evolution’s ability to drive large-scale transformations is almost always circular.