Anyone who’d spoken up, says Professor Egnor, would likely have lost his career. He points to a striking parallel.
Think about the implications of this statistic: “55 percent of American adults now believe that science and religion are often in conflict.”
A young woman hired as part of the film crew for the event began crying. Later, she told us that listening to the conversation helped heal the brokenness caused by her college professors.
This technique was designed solely to benefit the mothers, not the baby.
I’ve just been watching a remarkable video of a recent speech by Richard Dawkins, on the theme that atheists can “take courage” from the example of Charles Darwin.