Which outlook or philosophy of life does the best job of dealing with the range of available evidence and human experience? Or, Is my perspective consistent with my life philosophy’s assumptions (e.g., regarding human rights or personal responsibility), or am I borrowing capital from another worldview to keep mine going?
— Paul Copan, from Loving Wisdom, kindle location 123
In Richard Dawkins’ book, The Blind Watchmaker, he makes this startling comment in the preface, “The problem is that of complex design.” Dawkins realizes that design is present and further states, “The complexity of living organisms is matched by the elegant efficiency of their apparent design. If anyone does not agree that this amount of complex design cries out for an explanation, I give up.” Of course, Dawkins would never admit that the complexity of living organisms was designed by God, Continue reading