Category Archives: Creationism

Competing Myths

There is a very good essay here regarding comprehensive narratives or explanatory frameworks. The writer correctly notes that both creationism and evolution are really myths that function in this way for their adherents. He notes: “There are two contrasting accounts … Continue reading

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Darwin’s Pious Idea

The Centre of Theology and Philosophy at the University of Nottingham has posted more information regarding Conor Cunningham’s new book on evolution. I would encourage anyone to download and read the promotional sampler, which explains nicely what Cunningham is trying … Continue reading

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Sociobiology

This is several years old now, but I came across a good article here from The New Atlantis on the rise and fall of sociobiology. A couple of themes stood out for me. The first had to do with the … Continue reading

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