We love evolutionist Jerry Coyne in part because unlike more wary Darwinists, he blunders into contradictions all the time that expose the inconsistencies in his view of the world.
Dr. Egnor, in contrast to Dr. Coyne, has worked with, operated on, and helped many children with the conditions that Coyne thinks should justify killing them.
Sarah Chaffee spoke to AF proponents in Alabama, Oklahoma, and Texas.
After perusing a recent article here, a reader offers a classic challenge.
“How can you understand where life came from if you don’t understand how it actually works?”
Maybe evolution is just too complicated to model? Or maybe computer simulations have already provided a sufficient demonstration that evolution works as advertised?
Dr. Wells shares his favorite endorsement, discusses evolutionist Jerry Coyne’s “review” (Coyne admittedly didn’t read the book), and describes a spoof review.
How many ways will naturalists find to evade the implications of cosmic fine tuning?
This from Nature Reviews Chemistry caught our eye – an unexpectedly candid admission of how far origin-of-life research is from shedding real light on its subject.
There are 37 trillion cells in the human body, some 200 cell types, and 12,000+ specialized proteins. How does it all come together?