Stephen Meyer and other proponents of intelligent design theory are often accused of committing the “God of the gaps” fallacy.
This exchange from yesterday underscores the need for “prompt engineers” that know how best to use and direct ChatGPT.
Some ID supporters agree with universal common descent, but many ID supporters argue against the idea that all life shares a common ancestor.
Emily Nordhagen Sandico describes the origins of Thaxton’s book, which had such an influence on Stephen Meyer, William Dembski, Phillip Johnson, and others.
It is my privilege and honor to recommend this fascinating autobiography — which is also perhaps the least I can do to repay a friend and mentor.