“Once you accept a Darwinian materialist view of nature,” says Professor Pearcey, “logically speaking you are going to end up with a low view of the body.”
In the ancient world, it was rulers and emperors who were sometimes said to be “the image of God.”
This is an important thing to remember as we continue to evaluate the legacy of Darwin’s arguments today.
Leonhard Euler was known to work out complex derivations in his head while blind. Of what possible use was this ability for survival?
Tune in for the stimulating discussion and to hear what Pearcey offers as an antidote to the war on virtuous masculinity.