Science Is Being Corrupted by Politics
February 4, 2021
The political divide in the culture has spilled over into science, ruining trust in objectivity.
Darwinism Is in Tension with Human Rights
August 18, 2020
Human rights and Darwinism are contradictions in terms, but academics find ways to pretend both are simpatico.
When Learning, Don’t Neglect the Religion
April 22, 2018
Scientists could do themselves a favor by getting off the materialist merry-go-round and contemplating their Creator's purpose for their lives.
Beware the Darwinian Moralists
January 20, 2018
Darwinians want to take over the fields of ethics and psychology. Can they be trusted with such power?
The Evolution of Religion, or the Religion of Evolution?
December 17, 2017
Evolutionists presume to explain how the rest of humanity got religion. But for their ideas to be consistent, they need to look in the mirror.
Big Science Fights Christian Values
October 22, 2017
Secular scientists have more than just Darwinism to offer as an alternative to creation. They have political clout to fight traditional values with anti-Christian political and educational positions.
Scientism, Heal Thyself
September 8, 2016
The scientific establishment that sees itself as the paragon of rationality needs take an honest look at its human frailties.
Science Requires Godly Values
February 21, 2016
Much as they try to evolutionize religion, scientists recognize that Biblical values are essential for science.
Scientists Discover Godliness Works
January 17, 2016
Many secular researchers deny God, but sometimes have to admit his principles fit human behavior.
Secular Scientists Rely on Biblical Values
March 29, 2015
It's a material world, except when you need truth, justice, and the scientific way.
Scientists Are Not Experts on Values
August 18, 2013
The "fact-value split" is a dubious distinction, illustrated by several recent articles. Scientists cannot act as if their findings are values-free.
Science Depends on Ethics
October 1, 2011
Naive reporters and textbook writers sometimes portray science as some kind of neutral, bias-free activity in which the “truth” about nature emerges on its own, as long as the scientist in the lily-white lab coat follows some kind of “scientific method.” Philosophers, theologians, ethicists and scientists with a background in any of these fields know better. One has to believe that truth about nature exists in order to seek for it. And one has to seek for it honestly. Many more examples of science’s ties to ethics or "moral philosophy" can be found, as a few recent articles show.
What Darwin Does to Psychology – And Humanity
September 6, 2009
“Traits that we may find unsavory are nevertheless also products of our evolutionary history.” This quote stands out boldly in a call-out from an article by psychologist Jerome H. Barkow (Dalhousie University) in a review of evo-psych (evolutionary psychology) in PNAS.1 Barkow acknowledged controversy about the premise that the evolutionary history of our psyches produces […]