Tom Gilson

“I, Charles Darwin” Interview

This episode of ID the Future is more fun than ever: my friend and former York County neighbor (I moved, he didn't) John Romjue is on the air, talking about I, Charles Darwin, his most imaginative book on what Darwin might say if he returned today.

“To confront the thinker with the consequences of his thought,” says the interviewer.

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4 thoughts on ““I, Charles Darwin” Interview

  1. Is there a transcription for those of us who don’t have the ability to listen to a 5-part audio interview?

  2. There’s just one part to the interview. The other episodes are readings from the book, which you can obtain by following links above.

  3. No problems. I didn’t see the notification from the other post in my email.

    …Oh, I see. The original post was from back in February, and comments are now closed. Bummer!

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