Michael Keas and Unbelievable: Scientists and the Myths They Cherish
The myth merchants play on our egos, the wish to appear smart and enlightened. Against this emotional manipulation, Keas detonates six myths about our world and the universe.
#5 of Our Top Stories of 2018: It’s Not “Evolution” — A Nobel Prize for Engineering Enzymes
In effect, protein engineers are using the power of random change plus intelligent design to see what if anything will improve function.
Robert Marks: Randomness and the Enigma of Creativity
Only a freely acting, designing agent resolves the mystery. Only such an agent creates, truly, ex nihilo.
Intelligent Design and the Logic of Hume’s Skepticism
Many remember David Hume as a pioneering freethinker who saw through the superstition and sectarian dogmatism of religion.
Pearcey: “Stephen Hawking’s Final Salvo”
A new book is out under his name. The first chapter asks, “Is there a God?” Answer: No.