Letter to the editor of the Economist:
Yet of all the discoveries of 19th- and early 20th-century science…only evolution has failed to find general acceptance outside the scientific world.
(“Unfinished business”, Economist, 5 Feb 2009)
There is an obvious explanation for this. No scientist attempts to draw from the theory of microscopic atoms the absurd conclusion that therefore there cannot be an intelligent mind behind the universe. Yet dogmatically atheistic Darwinists make such leaps of faith all the time. Such obviously irrational thinking undermines the credibility of their beliefs, to scientists and laymen alike.
If Darwinists wish their beliefs to be accepted, then they should stick to science, and not offer metaphysical assertions on matters of which they are ignorant.