What we see in mental health treatments only makes sense if we can trace reality back to an intelligent, purposeful cause.
That’s what priest and professor of science education Michael Reiss argues.
You could predict how the review would be written — not only that it would be negative but the precise ways in which it would also be spurious.
The rule, as he explains, is arbitrary. True, the designing agent inferred by ID theory is not directly observable, but neither are the elementary particles.
“Science,” says chemist Marcos Eberlin, “should appeal only to causes that are supported by data, supported by evidence.”