A Friend Honors a Hero
Today's BreakPoint commentary features Chuck Colson, a longtime friend of Discovery and an ID proponent, honoring his personal hero Phillip Johnson.
Colson asks, "How do you honor a man who started a groundbreaking movement that challenged the scientific establishment and is changing the way the world thinks about the origins of life?" He answers his question by introducing his readers to Darwin's Nemesis, a collection of essays released earlier this year and highlighted here.
In recognizing the Godfather of Intelligent Design, Colson identifies the secret to ID's success:
There's no doubt that Phil's willingness to encourage the work of scientists and help create a network for them has allowed the movement to flourish. This book really shows just how far the intelligent design (ID) movement has progressed in a relatively short time, despite the best efforts of many Darwinists to shoot it down--because, as is becoming clearer and clearer, ID has the evidence on its side. (Emphasis added.)