Don’t burden your great research program with Darwin’s mid-1800s view of biology (or any modified descendant of Darwin’s general premise).
I listened in the car on my way to and from a funeral. Obviously, the end of life, like its beginning, is an occasion for pondering ultimate questions.
Dr. Hedin argues that the dogmatic rule that natural science should only ever invoke natural causes has at its heart a logical problem.
Oh, and the book just got an endorsement from physicist and Nobel Laureate Brian Josephson at Cambridge University.
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.