Long described as useless leftovers of evolution, pseudogenes are rising from the junk pile as functional entities.
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.
Psychiatrist Randolph Nesse, a leader in this movement for “Darwinian medicine,” would require “questions about evolution in medical licensing examinations.”
After 2000, some textbooks were corrected, but in many cases the corrections were minor and the books continued to perpetuate the misrepresentations.
Lutheran theologian Ted Peters concludes that “a culture war is raging, to be sure. But, this is not a war between science and faith.”