Listen: Richard Weikart Reviews a New Book on Social Darwinism

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The book paints Herbert Spencer as the eugenics-championing bad guy and posits that Darwin and Darwinism had little influence on Hitler’s master race ethic. Source
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The Dessert Cart Paradox — A “Gaping Hole in Evolutionary Theory”

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There’s a problem with evolution by “natural selection” that’s indicated in the very words themselves, as biologist Doug Axe points out. Source
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Joshua Swamidass and the Cancellation of Christian Colleges

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The only way to truth in science is to permit and even encourage challenges to orthodoxy. Source
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Futuristic Evolution by AI — The Darwin Connection

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To evolutionists, whatever oversight humans achieved must have evolved, and will continue to evolve in our creations. Source
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Charles Darwin in Light of Black History Month

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Was Darwin’s racism purely a function of his time and place, Victorian England? Historian Michael Flannery says no. Source
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