Tag: Thomas Woodward
Darwinists Seek to Explain the Eye’s Engineering Perfection
First, they turn evolution into an engineer. Personification is a common ploy by Darwinists.
Darwin and the Victorian Crisis of Faith: A Postscript
As is the case with the Biblical parables of Jesus, this one is entirely self-explanatory and needs no further comment from myself.
Smithsonian Glosses Over the Cambrian Explosion
The nation’s museum cannot ignore the collection of fossils Walcott sent them from the Burgess Shale. But can they explain them away?
Answering Another Objection to Intelligent Design: “You Can’t Prove God Exists”
Now it’s possible that physics-based arguments for design could extend the argument further than you can go within biological design.
Phillip Johnson’s Legacy in Science Education and the Law
A Christianity Today obituary contains some misstatements about the law and legislative history regarding evolution education.