As Stephen Meyer puts it here, “When life leaves, we don’t exactly know what’s left, but we know something left and it’s not just the physical.”
Does life’s origin reflect the activity of a mind, or do blind, purely physical processes alone serve as a fully satisfactory explanation?
On his radio show today, Eric Metaxas talked with philospher of science Stephen Meyer about the reissue of an expanded version of the Ur-text of intelligent design.
As Yale’s David Gelernter has said of Darwinism, to challenge it is to “take your life in your hands.”
The piece is highly technical and mathematical, but the basic argument can be quickly summarized with only a marginal loss of technical accuracy.