There is always a little venom to spare for the so-called "accommodationists," these being folk who think that one might possibly be onside with science and yet be r... Read More >
Michael Ruse is an author and philosopher of biology well known for his works on the creationism and evolution debate. Though not a believer in God, he takes the position that Christianity and evolution are not incompatible. Ruse's latest book, Science and Spirituality: Making Room for Faith in the Age of Science, published by Cambridge University Press, argues against the extremes of both creationism and "new atheism".
I come to my new book, the third volume of the trilogy on science and religion: Science and Spirituality: Making Room for Faith in the Age of Science. Read More >
I believe the new atheists do science a grave disservice. I will defend to the death their right to say what they do, but I think they do a disservice to scholarship. Read More >