The headline is a pro-evolution gloss unwarranted by the findings.
The idea serves as a good plot device, but don’t be fooled: fine-tuning points to intelligent design.
Last week, I testified in Austin, Texas, about the latest skirmish over how evolution is taught in Texas public high schools.
A familiar canard is that intelligent design isn’t science because it makes no testable claims or predictions.
James Hutton, the father of modern geology, first propounded the idea.
Even most atheist biologists grant that living things, including human beings, appear intelligently designed.
Neo-Darwinism leads us to expect more than just change over time in the fossil record.
The New York Times was quick to minimize the significance of the discovery.
The film tells the hitherto largely untold story of how Behe wondered his way into ID, how his work ignited a furor, and was subsequently vindicated.
You’re driving along and notice that a bright philosopher has just mangled beyond recognition the argument of another bright philosopher.