Last night I watched Schindler’s List on Netflix and was startled by a contrast with what I had been watching, just the day before, the same place.
Proteins are composed of a linear string of amino acids, often hundreds in length, and perform all sorts of important tasks in the cell.
Marches are usually held to defend something that’s in peril. Does anyone really think big science is in danger?
A new book, Adam and the Genome, co-authored by theistic evolutionist Dennis Venema is influenced by the mythical Warfare Thesis.
Amazingly, it’s the chief objection raised to religious belief from Richard Dawkins in The God Delusion.
Each year, my students at Biola University ask the same wholly legitimate question about intelligent design.
Writing here the other day, I looked at a new book co-authored by theistic evolutionist Dennis Venema.
Such a position shuts down scientific inquiry absolutely.
The Warfare Thesis holds that religion, and Christianity in particular, often conflicts with and opposes scientific advances.
For this memorable event in Greater Philadelphia, speakers will include Doug Axe, Jonathan Wells, John West, and Brian Miller.