While my book presents intelligent design as an alternative to chemical evolutionary theory, Venema critiques it as if it had presented a critique of neo-Darwinism — i.e., biological evolutionary theory.
Let us count the ways in which “fortune” favored the evolution of the modern protein.
Those who capitulate to the Darwinian consensus are deemed of normal intelligence and fit for office. Those who don’t are subjected to public mockery and humiliation.
From occasionally perusing the BioLogos website, I’ve come to realize that talk about holiness and humility and love often accompanies some kind of innuendo or slur.
To link your name with a guy like James Fetzer in a public fashion, as NCSE’s Glenn Branch did, practically invites us to a closer inspection of Fetzer’s credentials.