Marcelo Gleiser is described on the flap of his 2010 Free Press book as “Appleton Professor of Natural Philosophy and professor of physics and astronomy at Dartmouth College, where he runs an active cosmology group.” He is cited as author of two earlier books, The Dancing Universe and The Prophet and the Astronomer.
Despite use of the . . . → Read More: On Marcelo Gleiser’s A Tear at the Edge of Creation BY WALTER R. HEARN, ON JANUARY 23, 2011
I was trying to comment on Randy’s post regarding Bruce Waltke , but it didn’t let me click the Reply link. I think a new post would be better anyway.
Like others, I think it is a sad situation. But Randy asked several questions, among them: “Should our faith commitment ever be allowed to . . . → Read More: Limits of Accommodation
An Origins Parable
Over the years, there has been a great deal of blood spilled, or at least ink spilled, over the creation science and origins debates. What follows is an “intelligently designed” attempt to illustrate the differences between various positions on origins, using a somewhat humorous but generally accurate parable. This is presented . . . → Read More: Godless Embryologists
[This post originally was a Comment by James Hayes under a different thread. We have made it a regular Post due to the significance of the topic.]
I have been in discussions with someone who seems to be using ‘Presuppositional apologetics’ The term ‘‘preconditions of intelligibility’ is used frequently. The arguments come across to me as postulates . . . → Read More: Presuppositional Apologetics