William Lane Craig’s rhetorical strategy is essentially to accept whatever mainstream evolutionary paleoanthropology says.
Bill Dembski pointed out that design detection, far from being an esoteric inference, lay in fact at the center of many normal human inquiries and activities.
Perhaps in ten years we’ll be having this conversation again — and perhaps at that time the Smithsonian Institution will give us all a more objective analysis of the evidence.
In 2001, French scientist Alain Beauvilain and three Chadian colleagues discovered a fossil cranium in the dunes of the Chadian Sahara Desert.
The Belgian human zoo sounds exactly like the St. Louis equivalent just a few years later.