With a proposal for human/chimp hybrids, evolutionist David Barash vents his rage against religion.
Hitler in his writing spoke of a “creator,” and a “Lord,” as well as using terms strongly suggestive of Darwinian thinking.
Jack Scanlan, Australian blogger and contributor to Darwinist group blog Panda’s Thumb, picks up on Casey Luskin’s comments here about anti-ID rhetoric and adds an unintentionally humorous suggestion for ID critics.
Richards argues that “Darwinian evolutionary theory held no special place within the community of biologists supportive of National Socialism…and officials in that party utterly rejected Darwinian theory.”
Germany was not the only nation captivated by a plan to give Darwinian evolution a proactive “helping hand.”