Tag: methodological naturalism
Adam and Eve and “Mainstream Science”
“The category ‘mainstream science’ sounds plausibly neutral, capturing the sort of objective knowledge to which any well-educated adult should assent.”
Beauty, Coherence, Semiotics, and the Coronavirus — Webinar Series Continues Thursday
Purely physical explanations have difficulty in explaining the language-like features of communication between the coronavirus and a cell.
Darwinian Mythology in Strickberger’s Evolution
Just because something can be counted as science does not automatically mean that it is true.
Trapped in the Naturalistic Parabola
You may have noticed a strange loop which arises spontaneously in many sectors of the intelligent design debate.
Darwinists easily obtain a global microphone to rant against intelligent design, while ID advocates silently gain adherents. Is it a sign of desperation?