The origin and nature of man should be important to any thoughtful human being, of any religion or none.
Rabbi Moshe Averick answers the who-designed-the-designer objection, shows how questions about God and ID can’t be shoved aside as unimportant.
Remarkably parallel struggles go on, as well, in Protestant and Jewish circles, whether the debate focuses on C.S. Lewis or Maimonides, Augustine of Hippo or Samson Raphael Hirsch.
What does the new book have to offer the perplexed today that previous works don’t?
“Strong AI” machines would have no more moral importance in and of themselves than a toaster.