ISCAST readers who were around in 2017 might remember Michael Smith's review of How I Changed My Mind about Evolution. (You can find the review here)
For those who didn't get to read the book itself, or would perhaps like to revisit some of the ideas explored therein, the Science and Belief website has published an excerpt by John Ortberg, titled "Boiling kettles and remodeled apes."
We'll leave it to John to explain what that title means, but a quote from the opening of the piece will give some idea of what it discusses:
"Are there any other kinds of knowledge besides scientific knowledge? The short answer is yes, and if we don’t recognize that, it limits the knowledge we have to live by."