Their review pretty much completely misses the mark. Nonetheless, it is a good illustration of how sincere-yet-perplexed professional evolutionary biologists view the data.
Behe is not in a defensive posture, despite his critics. He continues to advance.
As I’m writing this I’ve been reacquainting myself with physicist Marcelo Gleiser, who just won the year’s prestigious, $1.5 million Templeton Prize.
Evolutionists play a game, and it’s a shallow one. So what’s the truth about science, and religion, and how they do or do not fit together?
It often seems that the closer you need to look, the greater the wonder. It’s as if someone set it there to hide, waiting for us.