Praising science as way to implicitly, or explicitly, club religion over the head is a familiar feature of our culture. It’s not new, either.
Imagine yourself as a graduate student doing research in one of the natural sciences.
Jonathan Witt: “In the M4S subculture, dissent is a thought crime.”
Nothing could be timelier than a conversation between Jay Richards and Michael Medved about when it’s permissible to doubt a scientific “consensus.”
Commuting by bus to the downtown core of intensely progressive Seattle is never less than thought-provoking, in many ways.