Eric Metaxas interviews biochemist Michael Behe on “the new science about DNA that challenges evolution” as told in Behe’s book, DARWIN DEVOLVES.
According to a nationwide survey, more than two-thirds of atheists and one-third of agnostics believe that “the findings of science make the existence of God less probable,” while nearly half of self-identified theists believe “the findings of science are neutral with regard to the existence of God.” But what if there is another option? What if the discoveries of science Read More ›
Jay Richards, professor at The Catholic University of America and Discovery Institute Senior Fellow, and Bhaskar Sunkara of Jacobin Magazine debate the merits of socialism.
In China, the U.S. confronts an adversary that saw itself as the Middle Kingdom –the center of the universe –for 3,000 years, then endured a century of humiliation and now seeks to return to what it sees as its rightful place in the world. Join Bill Walton as he and veteran Washington foreign policy experts Dr. Stefan Halper and Adm. James Stark discuss China’s comprehensive program to Read More ›
Discovery Institute’s George Gilder sat down with Dave Sussman of the Whiskey Politics podcast to discuss his latest book Life After Google: The Fall of Big Date and the Rise of the Blockchain Economy.
An entire industry – mostly government-funded – has sprung up around the idea of creating entrepreneurs. Don’t buy any of it. Don’t buy college. Don’t buy business incubators. Don’t buy mentors – you probably know more about what it takes to succeed in your business than they do. Start the business. As Carl Schramm and I discussed on “The Bill Read More ›
President of the American Conservation Coalition and Chapman Fellowship alum Benji Backer joins Todd Starnes on Fox Nation to discuss the flaws of the proposed “Green New Deal” as well as the need for more conservatives to act on environmental issues.
The Galileo myth posits that the great astronomer’s story illustrates the near-inevitable conflict between science and religion — or “faith and fact.” As science historian Michael Keas explains, the story is actually more complicated, nuanced, and interesting than the myth would have it. In Unbelievable, Professor Keas explores seven myths about the history of science and faith. It’s a great read. Read More ›