Faced with the same urgent challenge, could I speak about it so bravely and positively as he did just now? I don’t think so.
Our friend and frequent ENV contributor Jay Richards is awesomely gifted.
In a rare rebuttal to animal rights ideology, Philosophy Today has published a piece by Rhys Southan, apparently a reformed animal rights believer.
The flagellum, ATP synthase, and a gliding motor: that’s three independent, irreducibly complex rotary engines in some of the "simplest" living things.
Yesterday a reporter at the Argus Leader in South Dakota called to interview me. We discussed a bill that’s recently been submitted in his state.
This is what it would sound like.
As Alfred Russel Wallace observed, "Such a simple fact as the existence of flying fish [i.e., the Exocoetidae family] could never be proved, if Hume’s argument is a good one."
The origin of whales has been called a “poster child for macroevolution.”
In case you wondered if Townes’s comment on intelligent design was just a stray remark not representative of his general thinking, read on.
Dr. Denton shows how the universe is the splendid and fantastically intricate setting specifically designed for a precious jewel.