Warning signs of a coming irrationalism are hard to miss.
It’s long been said that the path to the right answers lies in asking the right questions.
Stephen L. Talbott asks why the public is still so skeptical of evolution.
I had hoped to avoid comment on the killing of Harambe, a gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo. But I keep getting asked.
The claim that the empirical evidence powerfully confirms evolution is an objective claim that can be evaluated in the common language of science.
The best way to learn about design is to try to copy it. Squid make good teachers for materials scientists.
Theistic evolutionists are at pains to assure everyone that evolutionary thinking poses no challenge to theism.
It does not seem that the evidence supports evolutionary theory as Dennis Venema concludes.
I am not so much interested in why and how human beings became exceptional, just in defending the fact that we are.
Biologist Dennis Venema has written a series of articles that have been noted by evolutionists for their clarity and persuasiveness.