John Tyndall’s Vision of Science Turned it to Atheism
August 2, 2020
British naturalist John Tyndall (1820-1893) actively sought to turn science away from God, and succeeded beyond his dreams.
Liberal Journal and Media Disparage Conservatives, but Censor Falsification
June 28, 2019
A widely-cited paper disparaging conservatives was falsified, but the journal refused to admit it or publish a retraction.
Darwin Plagiarized Patrick Matthew
April 26, 2015
Darwin had to acknowledge that his ideas were anticipated by several others, including Patrick Matthew, by decades.
When Darwinists Tolerate Faith
March 22, 2015
Francis Collins gets tolerable coverage in the secular media for his brand of Christian faith. That's not necessarily good.
Questioning the Dino-Bird Hypothesis
April 27, 2012
The scientific consensus has pretty much declared it a fact of natural history that birds evolved from dinosaurs. One evolutionary professor remains a gadfly, though. He contests the evidence on which the hypothesis is based, and also believes his maverick position is growing.
Darwin Still Rules from the Grave
November 12, 2011
Darwin died in 1882, but more than any other scientist, seems to live on in the science news. Here are some recent examples. The question is: do any of these articles really have anything to do with the theory that made him famous? Or is some other dynamic at work that keeps him in the forefront?
History Highlight: The Two Wilberforces
February 25, 2007
Those seeing the new movie Amazing Grace (opened Feb 2, 2007) about England’s long political battle to end slavery may not realize the family connection of the film’s hero with the controversy over Darwinism. William Wilberforce, the champion of abolition who brought an end to the slave trade as depicted in the film, had a […]