Earlier today we saw that philosopher Subrena E. Smith levied a harsh critique of evolutionary psychology.
Tyson ends his summary of cosmic history with a soaring narrative focused on earth. It sounds like the exalted prose of the book of Genesis.
Undirected natural selection can’t lift itself by its own bootstraps — accidents can’t happen in nature except in a sea of design.
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.