Tutta is the voice of reason and my hero. After reading Wolbrecht’s initial paragraph (column, two weeks ago), the first words that came to mind were WHAT the f… is he talking about. To begin with, many theologists (those who study the nature of God and religion) are not part of the scientific community, unless maybe those who teach comparative religion classes or look at the historical-metaphorical basis of the Bible. And as Tutta points out, scientific theories are constantly subject to peer review based on real evidence not irrational beliefs.
I subscribe to Time and thought the article was spot on. When Wolbrecht mentions “arrogance and buffoonery,” I couldn’t help but think the person he seemd to be supporting fit that definition to a T. Thanks, Tutta.