The theory of evolution by natural selection was unveiled to a poorly attended and generally inattentive audience at a Linnean Society meeting.
The late Phillip Johnson called Dr. Witt’s book from InterVarsity Press “a wise and witty romp through the fallacies of reductionism.”
Bioethicist Wesley Smith examines the meaning of the term “personhood” and its implications for human rights.
Michael Denton says that the evidence has been growing for top-down causation, which poses a challenge to reductionist and materialistic origins science.
On the subject of evolution, the scientific “consensus” depends on maintaining the our forgetfulness of Charles Darwin’s great partner, rival, and challenger.