More on Roger Penrose and Fine-Tuning

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Penrose offers as an alternative to design only that maybe some very different kind of life might be possible without the fine-tunings we see in our universe. Source
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Craig, Moreland: Two Philosophers Discuss Aliens and Artificial Intelligence

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As an old professor of mine told me in an email recently: “Long live visceral proximity!” Source
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On Human Origins, New Peer-Reviewed Paper Reviews Models for Reconciling Science and Religion 

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In the final section of the paper, I proposed a scoring system to rate the models. Source
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Understanding Design Arguments: An Introduction for Catholics

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What ID denies is that every feature of nature is the product of natural forces all the way down. This commitment is necessarily shared by Catholics. Source
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Meyer, Craig, Turek: Examining the Kalam Cosmological Argument

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Kalam is a reference to ideas in medieval Islamic philosophy that William Lane Craig singlehandedly did much to revive. Source
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Fox News Article Shows Why Evolutionary Solutions to Adam and Eve Fail to Satisfy

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Is William Lane Craig’s book good news for Christians? I’m not so sure, and here’s one reason why. Source
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Lessons Not Learned from the Evangelical Debate over Adam and Eve

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To his credit, William Lane Craig is among those evangelicals who have been willing to question arguments against Adam and Eve. Source
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Lessons from the Evangelical Debate About Adam and Eve

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The standard evolutionary account of human origins holds that our population has always been in the thousands and humanity did not descend from an initial pair. Source
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Traditional or Not? Assessing William Lane Craig’s Model on Adam and Eve

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I’m having trouble making sense of exactly what his model holds. And it seems I’m not alone. Source
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Meet the New New Atheists, Not Like the Old New Atheists

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These atheists are finding the “Darwinian tower” less to their liking, and are laying down their bow and arrow. Source
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