Evolutionists Hunger for Morality
February 9, 2009
Nature is completely sold over to naturalistic evolution, yet cannot escape the question of morality. Science depends on morality, but it is not clear in their statements that they acknowledge any universal moral standard. Christian standards of honesty seem to be assumed. But if everything in biology (including human behavior) emerged by natural selection, then […]
Obama and Stem Cells:
Hope Chest or Pandoras Box?
January 31, 2009
Any day now, as he promised, President Obama will likely lift funding restrictions on embryonic stem cell research imposed by former President Bush. Bush had sought the council of leading scientists and ethicists before making his decision. Obama, by contrast, will be yielding to the opinions of the scientific societies who have clamored for years […]
Darwinists Cannot Deny Disturbing Implications
January 15, 2009
A common attitude among scientists is that they are not responsible for what people do with their discoveries. Facts are facts, after all, and nuclear energy can be used to power a city as well as destroy it. Is this a truism or a half-truth? Are there cases where a scientist is responsible for what […]
Should Darwinists Play Games with Government?
January 7, 2009
For years now, evolutionary biologists have been employing “game theory” to try to understand human social behavior. Presumably, game theory applies just as well to robots and ants as it does to humans – any population in which the whole benefits from collective behavior of individuals. The latest example of evolutionary game theory […]