But why do human babies look like that in the first place? Partly it has to do with the constraints of development and childbirth. But it may also have something to do with the domestication of humans.
We are already human, but not yet the human we are headed towards. The human experience is intrinsically one of becoming, not merely being.
We’ve had a busy summer–traveling, going to the movies, releasing a book–leaving less time to talk about current research. And there have been several recent stories making the rounds in Christian circles. They touch on questions many of us have about Adam and Eve, Noah, and the early history of the world. So I thought […]
You are all but guaranteed to learn something new about God’s creativity as expressed through nature’s endless forms and to enjoy a chuckle in the process.
If politics applies truth to arrive at policies, and if science is a way of discovering truth, then the two will inevitably be intertwined.