Scientific Commentary: A Reflection and An Invitation

Patrick Thomas reflects upon the contributions of our colleagues from the natural sciences from our recent series, Putting Observational Science to the Test. In his book The Lie, Ken Ham delineates the differences between “observational” and “historical” science,...

Incorrect Theory and Scientific Progress: Phlogiston and a Case for Ecumenism of Evolutionists and Creationists

For his third post, Dr. Mark Masthay uses the historical example of the “Phlogiston Hypothesis” to discuss how scientists negotiate the meaning of scientific discoveries. In doing so, he provides a very generous proposition for unifying Evolutionist and...