Tag: Thomas Aquinas
Here Is What We Mean by Intelligent Design (And What We Don’t)
Some ID supporters agree with universal common descent, but many ID supporters argue against the idea that all life shares a common ancestor.
When Catholics Argue for Intelligent Design
The evidence from science is clear, but with the discussion of philosophical questions, the necessity of a Creator becomes overwhelming.
Revealing God’s Grandeur — Intelligent Design, Evolution, and the Teachings of the Catholic Church
The last few chapters deal with subjects that theistic evolutionists like to use against ID: Aristotle, Aquinas, and randomness.
New Book Offers the CATHOLIC Case for Intelligent Design
The world — indeed, the universe — is charged with grandeur. Everything speaks of its beauty, power, and purpose — of its exquisite and intelligent design.
Kenneth Miller on Consciousness and Evolution
Despite Miller’s claims, neither human reason nor free will evolved because neither is generated by material processes.