He also answers another objection, namely that our uniform experience with designing minds is that minds are embodied in material brains.
Meyer’s latest “makes a strong case for the identity of the designer as a personal God,” says University of Georgia biochemist Russell Carlson.
The aim as always is to provide graduates of the Seminars a major boost and ongoing mentorship aimed at launching their own careers in science and scholarship.
That process is unfolding in Washington State, where a new bill would let non-doctors be part of the assisted suicide bureaucratic process.
“They were all different and and all interesting in different ways,” says Professor Lennox. “I learned so much from them.”