Philosopher of biology Paul Nelson reminisces on Johnson’s keen intellect, and his eye for hidden assumptions.
How does life emerge from that which is not alive? That mystery has long exercised a peculiar fascination.
It is, I believe, a revelation about our scientific culture and particularly about the trust we should place in a “science consensus” that should shake us to our bones.
To return to the beginning: at Phil Johnson’s memorial service we spoke about first and second wave ID advocates.
Design predictions rise as evolutionary assumptions fall. The junk DNA myth is, for all practical purposes, falsified.