Recently I was asked by several people whether I had ever responded to an old review of my book Darwin’s Black Box.
Professor Behe tells about his earliest memories of Phillip Johnson and speaks about the long history of science.
Scientists debate whether ctenophores are the earliest animals to appear in the Cambrian explosion. If so, they arrived with multiple tissues, a nervous system, and a digestive system.
While the old guard digs in its heels, younger researchers tend to bring an open and “exploratory” attitude to his presentations, says Professor Behe.
The perpetuation of Darwinian ideology comes at the cost of truly grappling with the profound nature of the question of biological origins.