“Lying on the Internet”? Debunking Dave Farina on Stephen Meyer

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A lot of nonsense gets published in peer-reviewed journals and it needs expertise to separate the wheat from the chaff. Farina lacks any expertise to do this. Source
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Did the New York Times Just Give a Covert Nod to Meyer’s “God Hypothesis”? 

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What’s different is that this time around, the discussion is far more favorable towards Meyer’s position. Here’s what columnist Ross Douthat says Source
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