Everything about life? To put it mildly, this is a gross overstatement. In fact, Darwin didn’t really explain anything about life. He didn’t tell us what life is, how it originated, what its purpose is, why it ends, and whether that is all or whether there is something to follow. One of the missing elements in all of the discussions between evolutionists and creationists, which we will emphasize repeatedly in this book, is the fact that no one involved in this entire discussion—from Darwin to Dawkins, nor any of the creationists—ever talks about what is really important. What makes a human being what he or she is, and what distinguishes mankind from every other living creature? Darwin never talked about it, nor has Dawkins.