British philosopher Antony Flew has been called the world's most influential philosophical atheist. As far back as his debates with Christian apologist C.S. Lewis in 1950, he argued that there simply wasn't enough evidence for a creator.
Now Flew has changed his mind.
Those who admired his intellect when he was an atheist should listen carefully to his reasoning now -- for if a man suddenly becomes persona non grata for changing his mind, then the possibility of reasoned civil discourse withers.
That's a tough warning to heed, however, because Flew takes issue with the bedrock of modern materialism: pre-biotic evolution.
In a recent interview (www.biola.edu/antonyflew), Flew points out that even if Charles Darwin's theory of random variation and natural selection can explain how organisms evolved, the theory does not explain one crucial question: Where did a living, self-reproducing organism come from in the first place?
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