Dr. Miller gives a brief summary of his talk on the fine-tuning of human vision. We’ll be doing a full episode with him on that subject soon.
The laughter has died down? Good. It was modern medicine — not religion — that created the hard evidence for credible near-death experiences.
Sam Harris has said that “You can do what you decide to do — but you cannot decide what you will decide to do.”
“The event examined intelligent design and its implications for science-engaged theology. Collectively, it made the case for a God who cares.”
The brain’s plasticity intrigues and puzzles researcher, and it also raises a larger issue.