The present reader, in company with a host of agnostic biologists and cosmologists, simply finds in Darwin a complete dearth of convincing scientific evidence.
Tucked away in Charles Darwin’s surviving papers is a lengthy manuscript he never finished.
Robert Shedinger reports on the contrast between Darwin’s private view of his theory of natural selection and the public view as detailed in his published work.
ID is not religion. But even if we were to concede falsely that it is, such a characterization is irrelevant to the question of whether it is true.
The rapidly changing religious demographics of American society constitutes an undoubtedly complex sociological issue that will resist easy explanation.