He knows the common challenges to intelligent design and poses them very articulately, and he’s obviously absorbed Meyer’s books.
It is, I believe, a revelation about our scientific culture and particularly about the trust we should place in a “science consensus” that should shake us to our bones.
Stephen Meyer sat down with me for a quick video discussion of an extensive research project that, until now, has been deliberately kept from public.
Anyone who’d spoken up, says Professor Egnor, would likely have lost his career. He points to a striking parallel.
Think about the implications of this statistic: “55 percent of American adults now believe that science and religion are often in conflict.”