Hitler in his writing spoke of a “creator,” and a “Lord,” as well as using terms strongly suggestive of Darwinian thinking.
There’s something deeply refreshing about scholarship that acknowledges the complexity of its subject.
Dr. Howard Glicksman goes beyond a discussion of irreducible complexity to something he calls “natural survival capacity.”
Its unique properties allow it to fill many roles throughout the biological world, from forming the matrix of our cells, to regulating the temperature of our planet.
The evolution debate doesn’t simply stand alone, isolated from other controversies like the one about climate change.