Evolutionary theory fails to explain what almost all biology students are told it explains: the origin and diversity of life.
Design advocates have the advantage of looking at both sides of the origins debate.
Finches on another island “would leave even Charles Darwin scratching his head.” But do they “help solve an evolutionary puzzle”?
An advocate for Darwinian medicine wants to bring two historical opponents in the design debate, Pasteur and Darwin, into a peace treaty for the good of public health.
What happens when an up-and-coming European bioscientist flips from Darwin disciple to Darwin defector, builds a highly successful scientific career, and then writes a book about it?