The focus of the feature is not so much Joe Thornton as it is intelligent design.
“A profound and deeply touching play about two men who boldly addressed the greatest questions of all time.” New York Times
“A fair result can be obtained only by fully stating and balancing the facts and arguments on both sides of each question.” — Charles Darwin
For the body politic, policies that take natural selection seriously will increasingly restrain human life and freedom in the face of competing animal and ecological interests.
The length some Darwinists have gone to in their efforts to deny that Haeckel’s embryo drawings were fraudulently used in modern biology textbooks has made for some interesting reading over the years. That these efforts were often used to paint intelligent design scientists such as Jonathan Wells as liars is even more outrageous. Where is the evidence for these claims? Or, as Casey Luskin puts it in a new article, “What Do Modern Textbooks Really Say about Haeckel’s Embryos?”