Math points to a reality beyond our physical realm, not entirely dissimilar to the way biology does.
I doubt anyone was “holding his breath” waiting for the Berlin Wall to fall. Yet it did.
The Wistar conference, which opened in Philadelphia on April 25, 1966, was the beginning of the end for neo-Darwinism.
Several years ago I delivered a lecture at the University of Maine, showing how advances in science increasingly point to an intelligent mind behind biological life.
Some atheists, understanding the possible theological implications of a beginning, prefer to set aside science.