Observing that much of the current debate over Darwinism focuses more on its philosophical implications rather than its scientific basis, Johnson examines Darwinism’s move from scientific theory to philosophical worldview. Discussing both Richard Dawkins’ “Blind Watchmaker” hypothesis and the tenets of Scientific Naturalism, Johnson urges people to be skeptical of a system that examines only “the evolution of animals without asking about how there came to be animals at all.” Finally, Johnson warns of the totalitarian line of thought that seeks to educate all to think in terms of naturalism and argues that critiquing aspects of science will not undermine the whole enterprise.