There’s a gaping God-shaped hole in both Krauss and Peterson’s particular ways of spinning all this.
Stephen Meyer opens his new book with a memorable anecdote about debating Krauss live while battling a fierce migraine.
These atheists are finding the “Darwinian tower” less to their liking, and are laying down their bow and arrow.
I won’t recap the splendid work Emily Reeves has already done here in dissecting the TEDx talk from a scientific angle.
We may dispute what Darwin felt or thought in the privacy of his study — but the bulk of his writings fall clearly into advocating for one perspective: naturalism.