The fundamental flaw in the conventional approach to understanding life is that we think we can fully understand the whole by looking at the individual parts.
Discovery Institute Senior Fellow Jay Richards discusses distortions and outright falsehoods presented by Neil deGrasse Tyson.
The historical wellspring of randomness in evolutionary theory is Darwin’s own insistence on “chance” at the causal foundations of life.
Some think that math is invented. Evidence, though, points towards its discovery.
Similar to many others among the founders of modern science, Copernicus was a believer in God and clearly a proponent of intelligent design.