Science needs its critics as much as any field of human endeavor does. Maybe even more so today.
On Saturday in Tacoma, he will also discuss what we can learn about the relationship between faith and politics from American history in the 1800s.
I’ve been shocked by how otherwise thoughtful people assume that physicians and other experts like Collins, those with the loudest media voices, are reliable.
If there is one thing I could get people to read to understand our situation, it would be the essay “Willing Slaves of the Welfare State” by C. S. Lewis.
“I dread government in the name of science,” C. S. Lewis wrote in 1958. “That is how tyrannies come in.”