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 […]
They say you can’t tell a book by its cover. Not unless you’re Jerry Coyne, that is. He is quite certain that Stephen Meyer’s forthcoming book Darwin’s Doubt is a sellout on the part of publisher HarperCollins: nothing but God-of-the-Gaps. Nice work to be able to tell that kind of thing without having to bother […]
This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series Darwin’s Gift? Having written a four-part series on Francis Ayala’s Darwin’s Gift to Science and Religion, I was already in strong disagreement over what Ayala called a “gift” to religion in Darwinism. Now I’m reading his monograph for the AAAS, “The Difference of Being Human,” and […]
This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series Darwin’s Gift? Book Review In this, my fourth and final post on Francisco Ayala’s book Darwin’s Gift to Science and Religion, I wish to examine very briefly his views on knowledge as related to science and religion. I am addressing the same primary audience that […]
This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Darwin to Hitler? Before now, the one topic that has drawn forth the most anger on this blog has been homosexuality. Not any more. About 2 1/2 weeks ago I wrote about why the Darwin-Hitler link is so sensitive. I’ve been learning, since then, just […]
Dembski asked this question rhetorically. It would help to consider some actual answers anyway. I propose four of them here.