As Thomas Nagel would argue today, any theory of evolution that excludes the origin of mind and consciousness from consideration is at best half a theory.
Maybe life is not a tree but, as biologists are finding to be increasingly likely, a forest or an orchard. But then what are the consequences for strict naturalism?
Meyer in these 5 minutes does a superbly lucid job of explaining why scientists who doubt the standard evolutionary story are “appropriately skeptical.”
Why doesn’t Professor Behe go along with famed Evangelical Christian scientist Francis Collins, and others?
If he could speak to us now, Johnson might remark that his 2019 obituary shows how times have changed — and not necessarily for the better.