Well, not really an admirer—more like an antagonist. But I say that in a good way.
Matt Slick runs the CARM (Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry) web site. He interviewed me on his radio show about a dozen times in 2007. We reconnected recently, and he responded to my Science Answers the Big Questions post.
His reply is here.
Unfortunately, there’s not much to respond to. Matt seems mostly concerned about sloppy thinking, making sure we put materialistic thinking into the “science” bin and philosophical thinking into the “philosophy” bin, making sure words are used correctly, and so on. Nothing wrong with that, of course, but I didn’t find anything interesting enough to respond to.
But let me sharpen one point. I said that science answers the Big Questions of Life. It would probably be better to say that what science tells us about reality means that we don’t need religion’s answers. Science’s natural answers show that looking for a transcendental purpose or an ultimate mind are unnecessary.