James N. Anderson writes a wonderful article on the philosophical presuppositions of the natural sciences. The story that science and religion are at war is false, and Anderson provides some help in thinking about this subject. The Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God: The Theological Foundations of Modern Science
Benjamin Dierker explains the growing skepticism within biology toward the traditional understanding of Darwinism. The theory remains in crisis as our understanding of molecular biology has rapidly increased. Michael Behe estimates one-third of biologists doubt darwinism’s ability to account for the complexity we see. Why One-Third of Biologists Now Question Darwinism
On this episode, Haden interviews Sy Garte, biologist and former atheist. Sy discusses how he came to be a Christian and the relationship between science and faith.
“Once again, it’s design science, not Darwinism, that wins Nobel Prizes.”
For the purpose of this article I am defining neo-Darwinism as: the theory that life and its complexity arose by natural causes, specifically, natural selection of random mutations. Accidental causes cannot replace insight. It takes insight (knowledge) to produce functional coherence. Functional coherence is when we have a hierarchy of parts working to produce a “whole”Continue reading “4 Reasons I Don’t Believe Neo-Darwinism”