It is understandable that you’d think this but it isn’t true. See here:
We are topically organized around the question: What does it mean to be human? We are launching, initially, with three topic areas: ancestry , art , and artificial intelligence . Questions about human origins are included , but our interests extend far beyond those of origins.
While I’ve personally made several contributions to the conversation on human origins, we are already expanding far beyond merely this. We intentionally chose the term “ancestry” rather than “origins” or “evolution” to include topics such as “race” and “adoption” as first class citizens alongside our work on Adam and Eve.
While a lot of Christians have cared about Adam and Eve, questions of race are equally important to me, and non-Christian members of PS are deeply motivated to see us engage more deeply on this aspect of ancestry. It is no surprise that this is why our first podcast was on philosophy of the mind, and the next two are on race. We are not merely about origins.
This pattern, however, we expect to take into all areas.