Darwinian materialism suggests that the impulse toward artistic creation is merely the human songbird attracting a mate.
They have taken on the masks of their former taskmasters and let their heritage stand empty, though thankfully not yet in ruins.
A friend recommends this passage from biologist Wayne Rossiter’s book Shadow of Oz for its delightful analogy.
Evolutionary ecologist Eric Pianka has mused about a dramatic culling of the human race, by 90 percent, courtesy of the “efficient” Ebola virus.
Great Minds with Michael Medved, via Discovery Institute, is an extremely wide-ranging program, by (intelligent) design.