His first post is here.
The only voice that doesn’t seem to have a pretty direct connection to BioLogos is a man named David Ussery, who is an associate professor of comparative microbial genomics at the Center for Biological Sequence Analysis at the Technical University of Denmark. I first met Dave in 1998 at Roanoke College in Virginia, where we debated my 1996 book Darwin’s Black Box in front of a student audience. I immediately liked him — a congenial man who shared my interest in DNA structure. Because Dave is the most senior scientific voice in the chorus, and because he is not affiliated with BioLogos, I will briefly respond to his ongoing review of The Edge of Evolution in two forthcoming posts. (As I write this he is up to four longish posts and apparently continuing; I won’t be responding to any subsequent posts in the BioLogos series.)