Andrew Berry, the Harvard biologist who conducts a Darwin pilgrimage each year for undergraduates to Darwin-related sites in England, responds to my recent post.
Darwin still has some cachet among design advocates. In this I differ from some of my friends and colleagues.
Darwinists have called it one of “nature’s worst designs,” “obviously a ridiculous detour,” asserting that “no engineer would ever make a mistake like that.”
Rabbi Moshe Averick answers the who-designed-the-designer objection, shows how questions about God and ID can’t be shoved aside as unimportant.
“The human eye is a well-tread [sic] example of how evolution can produce a clunky design,” writes Professor Lents.