Join host Kutter Callaway as he investigates developments about the evolution of life and what these may mean for humanity’s search for purpose.
In his new book, Michael Denton is particularly strong on what he terms “the post-Copernican delusion of mankind’s cosmic irrelevance.”
For thousands of years, the design of life was acknowledged by scientists and non-scientists, philosophers and physicians, religious and non-religious.
It’s one of those occasions in biology (not rare) when the term “intelligent design,” despite other merits, falls flat as a description.
ID licenses scientists to be curious about non-conserved biological redundancy and to investigate the possibility that biological redundancy is purposeful.