Many Americans reject evolution, a recent paper suggests, because they’re uninformed.
In a physical world there will be design constraints, so it is only realistic to expect tradeoffs.
Miller is one of those “settled science” bullies. Here he sets his sights on essayist Marilynne Robinson.
Dennis Venema sought to persuade his fellow Christians that genetic science had disproven the traditional idea of a “bottleneck” of two human ancestors.
In 1991, Richard Dawkins gave a lecture arguing that natural selection can produce complex and seemingly improbable features by an accumulation of small, incremental steps.