Babylonians and Greeks contributed some discoveries and insights that would eventually play into the rise of science.
“If anyone thinks that the study of science and faith should be disparate disciplines, here are more than 656 reasons why they’re wrong.”
Professor Bloom explains some of the exciting evidence of design from physics and cosmology, evidence unknown a century ago.
Johnson spotted the slick tactics in evolutionary arguments, “the same rhetorical tricks that clever lawyers use when they have to defend a flawed case in court.”
A participant did not like that I called his origins model “idiosyncratic,” or that I characterized the reaction to it as “cautious.” Oh well.