The great question behind Steve Meyer’s new book is whether world-views can be objectively tested.
Intelligent design advocates seek to persuade the public and scientists equally, and in both those respects ID had an excellent weekend.
While heroes of the U.S. Armed Forces have given their lives, the scholars who critique scientific atheism and advance the theory of ID offer of themselves in different ways.
We may dispute what Darwin felt or thought in the privacy of his study — but the bulk of his writings fall clearly into advocating for one perspective: naturalism.
Berlinski tempts Peter Robinson to ask him whether he still considers himself an agnostic.