Should We Give Nature “Rights”? A Premier Science Journal Says Yes

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The text is too long to present here, so I will give one example: the “right to evolve.” The authors note that “evolution” has many meanings. Source
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Film Festival 2023 — “Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Stupid ‘Stupid Design’ Argument”

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Today we are highlighting a video featuring molecular biologist Douglas Axe of Biola University and his response to Neil deGrasse Tyson. Source
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By Design: Storytelling Reveals Human Exceptionalism

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That humans enjoy being made to wait seems to have been deliberately built into us. It’s unique in nature, an intelligent design. Source
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Intelligent Design and the Regularity of Natural Law

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The laws of nature work together to create a magnificent world of mountains and rivers, jungles and waterfalls, oceans and forests, animals and plants. Source
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William Wordsworth’s Posthumous Challenge to Darwinian Nihilism

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Paradoxically, Wordsworth's theology may have formed a more effective counterforce to Darwin's ideas than Biblical orthodoxy itself. Source
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Wordsworth: The Sage of the Lakes

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Wordsworth gave rise not just to a minority group of high-culture admirers but to a popular revolution in ordinary people’s thinking. Source
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