“Nobody doubts that natural selection and random mutation is a biological process. What we doubt is that they can generate fundamentally new forms of life.”
The result is the type of interaction we’re secretly craving — energetic conversation between people with differing views but who demonstrate mutual respect.
Meyer revisits Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s Templeton Prize speech from May 10, 1983. He argues that Solzhenitsyn’s indictment is more timely than ever.
It’s true that sometimes it can be hard to tell that serious problems remain unsolved until you drill down into the scientific details.
An email correspondent who is friendly to intelligent design (ID) recently wrote us asking how to respond to common objections to ID arguments about the Cambrian explosion.