Here’s a fair question: Why do I prattle on so much about scholastic philosophy? Of what genuine relevance is it to intelligent design?
This odious stuff never ends.
Suppose I were to place a small diamond just below the surface of the sand in the Sahara Desert, and you were to set out to find it.
Dr. Webb noticed the strange way that otherwise thoughtful scholars turned into servile “lackeys” when the subject of evolution came up.
A new book, Adam and the Genome, co-authored by theistic evolutionist Dennis Venema is influenced by the mythical Warfare Thesis.
An ID critic offers a list of features from life and nature that he says show “unintelligent design” but in fact are best classified as illustrating “undesirable design.”
An absurd false dilemma.
This just in: A rather basic question fundamental to any evolutionary account of life’s development — how “genotypes generate phenotypes,” in other words how genes build an individual creature — remains totally obscure to science.
Most theistic evolutionists use this dichotomy to try to insulate religion from scientific and historical critiques. Of course, it also removes religion from the realm of reality.
Camille Paglia has made interesting comments about global warming in the past that have made me think she might be a (very quiet) Darwin skeptic. Not the NCSE’s Josh Rosenau. His selective quote mining of her comments meant to imply the exact opposite is Orwellian. To make matters worse he really twists things up when […]