“What Is a Man?” — New Book Out Today from Nancy Pearcey

animal nature, Center for Science and Culture, Charles Darwin, Culture & Ethics, Darwinian theory, Darwinism, divine image, European customs, Evolution, evolutionary psychology, Fiction, human beings, males, masculinity, men, Nancy Pearcey, Sean McDowell, Tarzan, The Toxic War on Masculinity, women
Set aside one question of the moment — “What is a woman?” — and turn to another no less important problem that troubles our culture. Source
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Sandgrouse Takes the Royal Society to Design School

Africa, biology, Biomimetics, bird feathers, birds, Brian Miller, Casey Luskin, chicks, Engineering, feathers, Flight, Intelligent Design, Jochen Mueller, Johns Hopkins University, Life Sciences, Lorna Gibson, males, MIT, Namaqua sandgrouse, nest, Royal Society Interface, Science and Faith in Dialogue, southwestern Africa, water
Episode guest Brian Miller talks with host Casey Luskin about the details of the ingenious design. Source
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