That he is a Messianic Jew is no secret he tries to hide. I myself have in an earlier thread described his belief in the bible as inerrant Holy Writ as a prime example of compartmentalized thinking. Have no idea what 'Disco 'Tute party line' means, and likely no one else here does either. But to assert there is 'no scientific argument in anything he says about the origins of life and he has done no relevant research in the field.' is imo extremely unfair. OK exchemist, you as a devout Catholic atheist (defining oxymoronic), how about getting down to specifics instead of a carte blanche condemnation. Tour makes specific claims in the vid I linked to. Which of those do you as an ex chemist object to? On what grounds precisely? Please link to the relevant article. Further to any follow up article where Tour acknowledges any misrepresentation/errors and sets such in proper context. Perhaps this one: https://www.jmtour.com/wp-content/uploads/John-West-on-Szostak-Article.pdf If that is relevant, do yourself a favor and read the entire article. His regretted use of 'lying' is there in context a very minor matter set against his overall critique. Fourth para p2 there reads: And this rather trivial misattribution by Tour somehow undermines his general thrust against unguided abiogenesis? Utter nonsense. Please go ahead, itemize the particular claims Tour makes in the vid I linked to in #13 that in his professional opinion undermine naturalistic abiogenesis. Then point out precisely where in your opinion he gets it badly wrong. Item by item. Chemist up against chemist. This should be interesting!Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!