Was Alfred Wallace a “crazy” crank? Was he an undisciplined “dilettante” bemused by every fringe belief he encountered?
When Wallace broke with Charles Darwin in 1869, it was over the nature of human beings.
Unlike Darwin, Wallace thought that biology, chemistry, and cosmology proclaimed clear evidence of intelligent design.
How did Charles Darwin react to Wallace’s argument for design? Historian Michael Flannery joins Tom Woodward to explain.
We hear a lot of talk these days about “following the science.” But science rarely speaks with one unified voice.