Episode 57 – Jonathan McLatchie in Conversation with Matthew

Still Unbelievable!


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Summary

This episode is the audio of a livestream conversation that Matthew had on Jonathan McLatchie’s YouTube channel.

They talk about Matthew’s deconstruction and what it would take for Matthew to believe again.

The original live stream conversation between Jonathan and Matthew is:

The Genetics article that Jonathan mentions is:

Waiting for Two Mutations: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2581952/

a response by Michael J. Behe to the article was published in 2009

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2644969/

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2 thoughts on “Episode 57 – Jonathan McLatchie in Conversation with Matthew

  1. This was an interesting discussion.

    I generally like McLatchie, though I very much disagree with him. But he comes across as honest and genuine, even if mistaken. And I thought you presented your position very well.

    • Thanks Neil, glad you enjoyed it, and thanks for the compliment.

      I do like Jonathan, for the same reasons. He is bright, honest and genuinely seeks better dialogue. The difficult part of obviously getting movement at the points where we disagree. I don’t understand how or why he is convinced by the arguments he presents.

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