Within clearly designed objects, malicious intents can lurk. Intelligent design theory handles those, too, and should.
Let’s compare the most ingenious technological inventions — from Silicon Valley, for example — with the inventions inscribed in carbon in “simple cells.”
I will briefly review two prominent voices in the opposition camp who reflect concerns at the heart of C. S. Lewis’s own case.
Peter Thiel assailed the “Atheist Church,” as he calls the universities, calling for outsiders to push for a reformation that the academic priesthood will never undertake on its own.
Against the backdrop of materialist science’s failure, what accounts for the rise of modern determinist mythologies, led by astrology and transhumanism?