On the relationship between religion on science, few scholars have been more influential than the late Ian Barbour, a physicist and theologian.
The perpetuation of Darwinian ideology comes at the cost of truly grappling with the profound nature of the question of biological origins.
In a series of lectures and articles, organic chemist James Tour has exposed how research related to the origin of life (OOL) has been scandalously misrepresented to the public.
Fully as important as David Gelernter’s personal apostasy is his testimony about what happens to scientists who choose to “judge for themselves.”
The question she leaves unaddressed is why scientists would choose, despite the absence of evidence, despite the fact that the multiverse is “unobservable by assumption,” to believe in a multiverse.