And a bad year for a 19th-century creation myth. It’s understandable that Darwinists are a bit dejected.
Where do you think your curious kids will look for answers to their questions about the world — in the local bookstore or online?
Only by sheer coincidence would blind factors produce such remarkable things, and coincidence is never that lucky.
Things you probably didn’t even know about should arouse awe as we go about our tasks each day, and sleep each night.
Egnor he nails it by noting that Shallit, not uniquely, falls victim to the mereological fallacy.