Date February 22, 2017
Tom Bethell Takes His Case Against Darwin’s House of Cards on the Road
February 22, 2017
Guest Tom Bethell
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On this episode of
ID the Future, Tod Butterfield reads two essays by Tom Bethell featured on national news sites The American Spectator and The Stream. Listen in to Bethell’s exposé on Darwin Day, and his thoughts on materialism and consciousness, adapted from his recent book.
Tom Bethell graduated from Oxford University and is a long-time journalist who has served as Washington editor for Harper’s, a contributing editor to Washington Monthly, and a senior editor at The American Spectator. He has written articles for many magazines, including Fortune, the New York Times Magazine, and The Atlantic Monthly. Praised by Tom Wolfe as “one of our most brilliant essayists,” Bethell is the previous author of The Noblest Triumph: Property through the Ages, Eric Hoffer: The Longshoreman Philosopher, and The Politically Incorrect Guide to Science. He resides in Washington, DC.