Lewis first read Bergson in France during World War I while recovering from shrapnel wounds from the front-lines, and the experience on Lewis was profound.
Cornell University researchers allegedly “created a machine that can build copies of itself.”
Collins refers to the “backward wiring” of the vertebrate eye, characterizing it as flawed from an engineering perspective.
Norm casually took on the entire scientific community for “refusing to explore” what he considered the “fundamental question” of God’s existence.
If the reigning materialist paradigm had even a tolerably convincing weight of evidence behind it, I would be the first to accept it.