The editors intentionally sought out divergent perspectives on a variety of science and faith topics.
Attempts to deny the exceptional qualities of human beings and conflate us with animals share a tendency to self-destruct.
Independent groups of researchers (e.g., Hössjer et al. 2016), more or less skeptical of common ancestry, have suggested the alternative model of initial heterozygotic diversity.
Whatever its cause, our moral natures do indeed distinguish us from fauna.
“Do cats or dogs think themselves superior to humans?”
Over at the BioLogos Forum, a couple of scientists have taken on two new BIO-Complexity papers by Hössjer, Gauger, and Reeves.
In 2012 at a scientific conference I met a Swedish population geneticist named Ola Hössjer.
The New York Times was quick to minimize the significance of the discovery.
The business about knocking us down from a pedestal is based on a false premise.
As biologist Michael Denton explains, evolutionary theory chokes on what is non-adaptive or “beyond-adaptive.”