Evo Devo has revealed the continuity among forms that was masked or about which there were uncertainties based on appearance alone. Read More >
William E. Carroll is the Thomas Aquinas Fellow in Theology and Science at Blackfriars Hall, Oxford and member of the Faculty of Theology of the University of Oxford. He is the author of Creation and Science; Galileo: Science and Faith; La Creación y las Ciencias Naturales: Actualidad de Santo Tomás de Aquino; and co-author with Steven Baldner of Aquinas on Creation. A longer version of this essay will be published in the April 2012 issue of Science & Christian Belief, and Carroll’s recent lecture on the topic for the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion may be viewed here.
How could we make progress on questions involving the evolution of form without a scientific understanding of how form is generated in the first place? Read More >
Developments in cosmology are often used to argue that science has eliminated the need to appeal to a creator to explain the origin and development of the universe. Read More >