Having frequently heard the cries of “poor design!” from those who believe an intelligent designer would never create the human … Continue reading Is the Design of the Human Retina Sensible?
If synthetic biologists succeed in creating synthetic life, does this accomplishment prove the theory of naturalistic evolution—that life arose via … Continue reading Synthetic Life and the Image of God
Among researchers, 2015 is known as the year of the phage. It marks the 100th anniversary of the discovery of … Continue reading Celebrating 3.8 Billion Years of Bacteriophage
In the wake of a recent outbreak of measles originating at Disneyland and spreading to more than 20 states, California … Continue reading Vaccine Safety and Loving Our Neighbors
In an earlier article we defined the concept of hypernaturalism and justified it through the biblical text. We strove to … Continue reading Hypernaturalism: The Improbable Reveals God’s Handiwork
Viruses are a mystery: No one knows where they originate. As a virologist, I’ve always thought of viruses as incomplete … Continue reading A Common Design View of ERVs Encourages Scientific Investigation
Have you ever thought about which characteristics are critical for an infant’s development? By observing whether an infant is breathing, … Continue reading Exploring the Human Genome: Can We Make Predictions from Infancy?