J. P. Moreland has written prolifically on the soul and the mind/body issue in the past. In this great volume, his views are cogently articulated and defended.
Singer first claims that should an AI ever become “sentient,” turning it off would be akin to killing a being with the highest moral value.
Some ID supporters agree with universal common descent, but many ID supporters argue against the idea that all life shares a common ancestor.
What ID denies is that every feature of nature is the product of natural forces all the way down. This commitment is necessarily shared by Catholics.
Hippocrates proposed in the late 5th or early 4th century BC a model for heredity and adaptation that Charles Darwin described as nearly identical to his own.