This year marks the 150th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s book, On the Origin of Species. The BBC is doing a series of programs devoted to Darwin, the book, and the issues raised by evolution in general.
Dr. Conor Cunningham (our host and facilitator at the Rome Conference) talks here about Darwin/evolution and I think he is exactly right, especially in noting how there should be no problem in Christians affirming both the evolutionary processes of biological life and in a creator God as proposed in the Christian narrative; and, also, where he points out how atheist fundamentalists like Dawkins and Dennett actually undermine the ability to think about evolution (or anything for that matter) in a reasonable way. They are truly the enemies of the “reason” and the theories they hold so dear. Anyway, a very good discussion.