I respect Coyne’s position, but, lacking his faith, I interpret this evidence more naturally as pointing to an ingenious mind.
Jerry Coyne thinks that criminals don’t have a “choice.” (What are those quotation marks doing there?)
What’s the pivot that turns us toward more traditional solutions, versus the wrongly named “progressive” ones?
Countering “flat universe theory” is Gilder’s enterprise, and it captures much of what we do at Discovery Institute.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if half a million destitute children could be saved each year from blindness or death from Vitamin A deficiency?