Unlike Darwin, Owen believed that evolution was guided by teleology or purpose, and he saw humans as different from animals not only in degree but in kind.
If you’re going to engage people on the topic of intelligent design publications, don’t let them force two false assumptions on you.
I’m interested in “science as a cultural domain,” too. And here’s a great illustration of how the culture changes.
The audience will learn, in a fun, humorous, interactive, and age-appropriate way, what intelligent design encompasses and what it doesn’t.
As I read through the scientific literature of evolutionary biology to try and convince myself of its accuracy and coherence, I was struck by the frequency with which I encountered “religious” language.