David BerlinskiIn existographies, David Berlinski (1942-) (CRI:26) is an American mathematician and anti-Darwinist, noted for []

Beliefs
Berlinski auto-characterizes as “secular Jew” (2008); but gives indication of theism-leaning agnostic, e.g. as indicated by the fact that he is a Discovery Institute fellow.

Other
Berlinski, along with fellow Discovery Institute associates Michael Behe and William Dembski, tutored Ann Coulter on science and evolution for her book Godless: The Church of Liberalism (2006).

In 2008, Berlinski was one of the anti-Darwin scientists interviewed by Ben Stein in the film Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed.

Quotes | Employed
The following are quotes employed by Berlinski:

“Methodological naturalism, the view that natural phenomena can be explained without reference to supernatural beings or events, is the foundation of the natural sciences.”
— Hector Avalos (c.2005), Publication; cited by David Berlinski (2008) in The Devil Delusion (pg. 52)

“It is absolutely safe to say, that if you meet somebody who claims not to believe in evolution, that person is ignorant, stupid or insane.”
Richard Dawkins. (c.2007), Publication; cited by David Berlinski (2008) in The Devil Delusion (pg. 7)

Quotes | By
The following are quotes by Berlinski:

“The order of the battle is no different. It has been the scientistsRichard Dawkins, Victor Stenger, Taner Edis, Emile Zuckerkandl, Peter Atkins, Steven Weinberg (vast mole superbus) — who have undertaken a wide-ranging attack on religious belief and sentiment.”
— David Berlinski (2008), The Devil’s Delusion (pg. 3) [1]

“The thesis that we are nothing more than vehicles for a number of ‘selfish genes’ has accordingly entered deeply into the simian gabble of academic life, where together with materialism and moral relativism it now seems as self-evident as the law of affirmative action.”
— David Berlinski (2008), The Devil’s Delusion (pg. 3) [1]

References
1. Berlinski, David. (2008). The Devil’s Delusion: Atheism and Its Scientific Pretensions. Publisher, 2010.

External links
‚óŹ David Berlinski – Wikipedia.

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