None of these discussions are relevant to whether Adam and Eve existed, but they are relevant to intelligent design.
Scientists find the most interesting things when they suspect function in poorly understood parts of the genome.
I was asked recently to take part in an online symposium. The journal Sapientia, published by the Carl F.H. Henry Center, invited four theistic evolutionists to review my book.
Commuting by bus to the downtown core of intensely progressive Seattle is never less than thought-provoking, in many ways.
The design inference pivots on the presence of complex specified information, not on the human disgust response.