Darwin’s Dilemma

• Science is the epitome of human achievement, whereby we distinguish ourselves most clearly from other animals.
• Yet, our best science says that our sense of superiority from other animals is false and quite possibly self-deception.
• Either we have misunderstood human nature all along or our best science is bound to be superseded by one more attuned to our true nature.

People of the Abrahamic faiths (Judaism, Christianity, Islam) believe that science is about enabling humanity to make it worthy of its divine origins, but Darwinists deny the premise and so they are left to explain the grandiosity of humanity’s commitment to science. ‘Darwin’s bulldog’, Thomas Henry Huxley, first broached the point here.

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