Estranged from God, both art and science become incoherent babble, sliding toward an obsession with the prurient lure of triumphant evil.
Play the videotape of evolutionary history back again and Ken Miller imagines you get a charming brainy creature for God to play with — something lovable and admirable.
My argument here is not with Kenneth Miller’s science but with his imagination.
October 31 is the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, marked by Martin Luther’s nailing his Ninety-five Theses to the church door at Wittenberg.
Paul Nelson reviews the recent book by physicist Sean Carroll, in Dr. Nelson’s characteristically charming and insightful way.