“Almost a designer”? Interesting choice of words. It’s remarkable to hear such a frank discussion.
The last 48 minutes or so are the most compelling as England, an Orthodox rabbi, talks about the reason for his “tending to reject” arguments for ID.
Most in the science world wouldn’t have the guts or the generosity or the adventurousness to praise a book about intelligent design that way.
Would he have achieved anything like the scientific renown and celebrity he did if he had been healthy, without the disability for which he was known?
Brian Keating asks what Meyer would put in a space-bound time capsule like the Voyager Golden Record, as Carl Sagan had the opportunity to do.