Opening Salvo

Salvo 2: The Way of All Flesh

Implicit throughout much of the first issue of Salvo was the idea that what one believes about the origins of life becomes the basis for one’s worldview. In other words, if you are convinced that the earth sprang from nothingness, was guided in its development by entirely naturalistic processes, and populated itself with beings who are more or less just collections of DNA—mere chemicals in a bag—then such convictions will necessarily color how you choose to live and what you choose to value. If, on the other hand, you see evidence of design in the universe and are consequently persuaded that there is purpose and meaning to life, then you will most likely...

This article originally appeared in Salvo, Issue #2, Spring 2007 Copyright © 2020 Salvo |


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