“Well, we can’t touch the third rail, so the question becomes, How can we safely get past it?”
Three massive acts of exquisitely complex re-engineering would be required, far beyond the reach of unguided natural processes.
Salvo unblushingly offers an honest, rational, and respectful take on hard questions about sex, science, and society.
Contributors include some prominent names from both inside and outside the ID movement.
In the recent Intelligent Design issue of Salvo Magazine, Logan Gage and I co-authored a piece titled, “Barking up the Wrong Tree,” which assesses popular arguments for universal common ancestry. From the outset, it should be stated that neither Logan Gage nor I feel that universal common ancestry is necessarily incompatible with theism. In a twist of poor logic, however, that fact is apparently sufficient for some theists to think that they should therefore accept common ancestry. Logan Gage and I observe that “when discussing science and faith, it is vital to ask the right questions. Queries beginning with the words ‘Could God have…?’ tend to be unenlightening. The much more revealing question is ‘What does the evidence say?’” Thus Read More ›