“We can detect more than a thousand problems that had to be solved in advance for life to be able to develop on Earth,” says chemist Marcos Eberlin.
It’s the “most remarkable trade-in offer in the history of popular science,” says science historian and Center for Science & Culture Senior Fellow Michael Keas.
Professor Travis is among the speakers at next month’s conference, co-sponsored by our Houston Chapter, Reasons 2019.
Myth-makers like Neil deGrasse Tyson think they have a superior source of human significance to substitute for the outdated, “childish” Judeo-Christian one
Evolutionists play a game, and it’s a shallow one. So what’s the truth about science, and religion, and how they do or do not fit together?