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.”
What atheists and materialists can’t explain is why this fitness is so special, so unforgivingly precise and intricate, at every stage on the journey to us.