The early Christians debated the Greco-Roman materialists but also the religious Gnostics of their day.
Casey Luskin give a peek behind the scenes of ID 3.0, the current research program inspired by the intelligent design framework.
Among the tenets of theistic evolution is the idea that humans evolved from a large population of ape-like creatures.
Before Darwin, biologists attributed the beauty, integrated complexity, and adaptation of organisms to their environments to a powerful designing intelligence.
This form of objection left the door ajar to the kind of “hybrid” interpretation favored by some in both Britain and America in the later Victorian period.