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Eternalism and Darwinism (The Age of the Earth Part 5)

Book Excerpt By March 24, 2015 Tags: , , No Comments

During the 19th-century, while Christians were dealing with the notion of an ancient earth, non-Christians explored the ramifications of an eternal universe. Eternalism played a crucial role in the arguments made for Darwinism by its early advocates. Darwinists conceded that the odds of something as complex as living beings coming about by random chance were extremely low, even minuscule. However,…


I Don’t Want There To Be A God

Book Review, Commentary By November 11, 2014 Tags: , , , , No Comments

Thomas Nagel is one of the premier philosophers living today. This is one reason why his recent criticisms of Darwinism have caused such a stir. In his latest book, Mind and Cosmos: Why the Materialist Neo-Darwinian Conception of Nature Is Almost Certainly Wrong, Nagel argues that materialism is incapable of explaining the phenomena of human consciousness. One thing that makes…


Darwinism as Religion

Book Review By January 18, 2011 Tags: , , No Comments

If there were ever any doubts that Darwinism is first and foremost a religion, Eddie Colanter provides the two quotes that lay them to rest. Colanter has written “Philosophical Implications of Neo-Darwinism and Intelligent Design” for a book edited by Wayne House entitled Intelligent Design 101. The first quote is by Sir Julian Huxley, the grandson of T. H. Huxley…