Duff’s article explicitly and exclusively focuses on criticizing the YEC view of speciation, rather than on supporting the evolutionary view.
Despite his Herculean reading, his conclusions and advice to creationists illustrate the limits of analyzing a movement from a distance.
Christianity Today offers a review of the interesting new book America’s Four Gods: What We Say about God—and What That Says about Us. So what do we have to say about what the review says about what the book says about what we say and what that says about us? (Whew!)
Famed film critic finally airs angry thoughts on Ben Stein’s anti-Darwinism film Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed.
To see that such a prestigious newspaper as the New York Times would print such a disjointed, irrational and absurd commentary as the one written by Maureen Dowd on February 3, 2005, is unbelievable.
The latest issue of National Geographic features a cover story with an intriguing title: “Evolution of Dogs: Wolf to Woof.”
The British journal ‘Nature’ (24 February) features a fascinating essay called ‘Fighting the Wrong Battle.’
Since most science fiction writers are evolutionists or atheists or both, the great majority of science fiction is extremely evolutionary in character.