We’ll feature excerpts here in the future, but for now I’d like to highlight some special features of chapters in the book.
Kalam is a reference to ideas in medieval Islamic philosophy that William Lane Craig singlehandedly did much to revive.
According to Meyer the decline of faith has occurred in the face of increasing scientific evidence for the existence of God.
“Evolution of novel genes”? Isn’t that the question at hand? Where do novel genes come from?
Did scientists like Johannes Kepler and Isaac Newton speak easily of God as the intelligence behind nature just because that’s how everyone spoke at the time?