That means that Dr. Meyer’s message is reaching not just the scientists but the greater reading public.
“Americans’ membership in houses of worship continued to decline last year, dropping below 50% for the first time in Gallup’s eight-decade trend.”
Take a look at what Brian Keating, a Chancellor’s Distinguished Professor of Physics at U.C. San Diego, has to say.
Obviously, it’s gratifying to win praise from an eminent scientist, but all the more so given that Josephson’s field is the linchpin of Meyer’s case for God.
Supernatural agents that exert natural effects are perfectly valid objects of scientific inquiry.