As an illustration, John West discusses the COVID pandemic and how that recent public health crisis revealed much of what Lewis warns against.
Is there an empirical method to determine whether a system is the product of chance or design?
Twenty-five years later, Dembski’s arguments stand firm, and a second edition with fresh analysis and insight is now available to a new generation.
Imagine if Charles Darwin could have peered into one of today’s high-powered microscopes and seen the complexity and function in even the simplest living cells.
Proponents of an evolutionary explanation for life and the universe credit natural processes with a seemingly unlimited amount of time and boundless creativity.