Charles Darwin

If you spend any amount of time on public transport, particularly in our anti-social, paranoid, abrasive capital city, you'll notice that the vast majority of people neither talk nor look at each other and instead opt to waste away their existences in the soul-destroying cesspool of social media, angry birds, BBC iPlayer and other such pointlessly depressing activities found on smart phones.
A 19th century British scientist famous for being the "forgotten" father of evolution will be remembered in a series of events
In trying to disparage 'faith', Dawkins and his allies constantly confuse 'evidence' with 'proof'; those of us who believe in God do so without proof but not without evidence. As the Oxford theologian (and biophysicist) Alister McGrath has observed: "Our beliefs may be shown to be justifiable, without thereby demonstrating that they are proven."
Modern society clearly has its benefits – hot showers, supermarkets, transport infrastructures and so forth. But research
An ad campaign on the Dr Pepper's American Facebook page has been hijacked by users arguing over the theory of evolution
The giant tortoise Lonesome George has been found dead, officials at the Galapagos National Park have said. George, believed
Staidly dressed (in most cases) and stiffly posed, the subjects of these images are pristine examples of vintage Victorian
Despite our spiritually-impotent, techno-worshipping race's arrogance that we're the height of all that's ever been, we are not actually the apex of human evolution, as Darwin's linear theory would have us believe.
Inspired by Greg Jenner's St George's Day blog post, we asked you to vote for a new patron saint of England - and you did
Eastern New Mexico University - Dr. Henryk Frystacki, interviewed by Dr. Michael Shaughnessy 1. Dr. Frystacki, you have just