Lewis first read Bergson in France during World War I while recovering from shrapnel wounds from the front-lines, and the experience on Lewis was profound.
The depiction of Francis Collins as someone who has developed a good model for integrating faith and science is in many respects a tragic myth.
The movie opens with Lewis as an outspoken scientific atheist, whose view of science reinforces his bleak materialistic view of the universe.
NIH Director Francis Collins is being praised as “a national treasure,” but his real legacy is anything but praiseworthy.
The vile trope that blacks are somehow closer to apes than other races has deep roots in Darwinian biology and social theory.