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This coming August 12, celebrate the twentieth anniversary of Discovery Institute’s Center for Science & Culture (CSC) by attending the Center’s twentieth anniversary gala in Seattle, which will feature the world premiere of a new hour-long documentary titled Revolutionary: Michael Behe and the Mystery of Molecular Machines, followed by a lively discussion of intelligent design and the future of science hosted by CSC Director Stephen Meyer, author of Signature in the Cell and Darwin’s Doubt, and including CSC Senior Fellow Michael Behe, author of Darwin’s Black Box and The Edge of Evolution; Biologic Institute Director Douglas Axe, author of the new book Undeniable: How Biology Confirms Our Intuition that Life is Designed; and former Smithsonian Institution biologist Richard Sternberg. You will also get to learn about some of the milestones in the CSC’s twenty-year history and hear special messages from CSC Fellows from around the world.
The gala event will take place at the E.E. Bach Mainstage Theatre at Seattle Pacific University, where the Center for Science & Culture was officially launched in August, 1996.
Our twentieth anniversary only comes once! Help us celebrate in Seattle!
WHEN: Friday, August 12, 7:30 pm (Doors open at 7:00 pm)
E.E. Bach Theater at Seattle Pacific University
3307 3rd Ave. W
Seattle, WA 98119
COST: $10 for adults and $5 for youth
Space is limited and registration is required by Wednesday, August 10.
For questions, contact Janine Solfelt at email@example.com or (206) 292-0401 x108.
About the Film
Revolutionary tells the story of biochemist Michael Behe and the revolution he helped spark twenty years ago with his path-breaking book Darwin’s Black Box, inspiring a new generation of scientists and thinkers who are challenging Darwinian orthodoxy and discovering powerful evidence throughout nature of intelligent design. Learn what led Behe to his discoveries, how those opposed to his ideas tried to kill them in court, how Behe’s ideas have been vindicated by science during the past decade, and how his ideas have led to a growing movement for a new approach to biology. Filmed in the United States and Europe, Revolutionary features new interviews with biologists Michael Behe, Douglas Axe, and Scott Minnich, and with philosophers of science Stephen Meyer and Paul Nelson, among others. After seeing the film, you will want to join the revolution!