There’s a gaping God-shaped hole in both Krauss and Peterson’s particular ways of spinning all this.
Earlier this month, the society’s Executive Director, Tom Woodward, interviewed Oxford mathematician John Lennox. That was as wonderful as you would expect.
“Is it plausible any longer to view our cosmos as coming from chance interactions of matter and energy — from ‘pure dumb luck’?”
“I’ve resisted it. But the bit [about being] behind the Iron Curtain — there’s virtually no one alive that knows about that many details.”
We may be in a precious window when ID scientists can still reach any interested reader, anywhere in the world, any day of the year.