Tag: Middle East
The Apotheosis of William Wordsworth
What many responded to in Wordsworth’s evocations of Nature’s sacrality was his restoration of a partially obscured link between Nature and the divine.
Can Myths About Dogs Tell Us About Their Origins?
A French historian studies the relationship between ancient stories told about dogs and information from genetics and archaeology.
Design Inference: Stone Structures Were Intelligently Arranged, Though We Don’t Know by Whom
There are hundreds of these structures. They extend over much of the Middle East: Syria, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen.
Is Genesis “Mytho-History”? As a Guide to Scripture, William Lane Craig’s Book Falls Short
As an old earther, I was dismayed by Craig’s failure to engage with common old earth interpretations of Genesis.
Michael Aeschliman in National Review — Berlinski Detonates “Fatuous, Flattering” Optimism
From climate change to the coronavirus, one tendency among writers and commentators is to an urgent, insatiable, almost sexual desire to cast unwarranted terror over other people.