“Once you accept a Darwinian materialist view of nature,” says Professor Pearcey, “logically speaking you are going to end up with a low view of the body.”
Although Wallace receded into the deep recesses of my memory, I had what Pasteur called “the prepared mind.”
Scientists agree that our universe is finely tuned for the existence of life. But is the fine-tuning a happy accident or the result of foresight?
Dr. Richard Buggs is a plant biologist and professor of evolutionary genomics at Queen Mary, University of London.
Scientists have learned over the centuries that when a fundamental theoretical impasse is encountered, we do not blame nature.