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School Choice Good for Kids & for Public Schools

Yet Washington State Has Been Painfully Slow to Implement
When it comes to innovation and advancements, Washington State has historically been a national leader. Yet the state has been painfully slow to implement change in an area where it's most critically needed — improving our K-12 education system.

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Superabundance on PragerU

Center on Wealth & Poverty
January 30, 2023

Coherence in the Human Body

Steve Laufmann
January 26, 2023

Breaking the K-12 Education Monopoly

American Center for Transforming Education
January 25, 2023

What Inspired Don Nielsen to Write Every School?

Donald Nielsen
January 24, 2023

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Tim Goeglein on the Case for Teaching the Great American Story

Wesley J. Smith
February 6, 2023
Abraham Lincoln famously called the United States of America, “the last best Hope on earth.”  Throughout our history, most Americans believed that. So did countless people from other countries who left their homes behind to come here in pursuit of the American dream—including my grandmother who immigrated from Italy in 1910 as a 16 year-old to help free her family from bone crunching poverty. But now, things have changed. My guest today is Tim Goeglein, who has written a new book warning about how our educational system has corroded the belief of the young in the exceptional nature of the American Republican and our capacity to continually improve society—as we aim, in the title of his book, Toward a More Perfect Union. Goeglein was special assistant to U.S.

Human Trafficking In Your Own Backyard

Robert J. Marks II
February 2, 2023
Robert Marks speaks on the difficult topic of human trafficking with his guest Charles Crockett, who works with the anti-trafficking advocacy organization Unbound Now. Human trafficking is the fastest-growing criminal industry in the world and goes undetected all over the U.S. Marks and Crockett talk about the scope of the problem, common misconceptions about trafficking, and how to help victims in need. To donate or learn more, visit Unbound Now. Additional Resources Robert J. Marks at Discovery.org Surviving “The Life:” How I Overcame Sex Trafficking by Julia Walsh Unbound Now at UnboundNow.org (National) Unbound Now Waco Human Trafficking Hotlines 1-888-373-7888 (United States) 254-414-0814 (Waco Area)   Donate to Unbound Now Facts about Human

James Tour: The Goalposts are Racing Away from the Origin-of-Life Community

Eric Metaxas
February 1, 2023
On today’s ID the Future distinguished nanoscientist James Tour explains to host Eric Metaxas why the origin-of-life community is further than ever from solving the mystery of life’s origin, and how the public has gotten the false impression that scientists can synthesize life in the lab. Tour explains that origin-of-life scientists aren’t even close to intelligently synthesizing life from non-life in the lab. The problem, Tour says, is that some leading origin-of-life researchers give the impression they are right on the cusp of solving the problem. Not so, Tour says. He offers the analogy of someone claiming, in the year 1500, that he has the know-how to build a ship to travel to the moon, when no one yet knows even how to build an airplane, car, or car engine. Tour says that if

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Conference on Engineering in Living Systems

John Felts
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June
06
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2023
Camp Copass
Denton, TX

CELS 2021 brings together leading engineers and biologists in order to: (1) apply engineering principles to better understand biological systems, (2) craft a design-based theoretical framework that explains and predicts the behaviors of living systems, and (3) develop research programs that demonstrate the engineering principles at work in living systems.

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26
26
2023

C.S. Lewis Fellows Program on Science and Society

The Center for Science and Culture
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June
06
Jun
26
26
2023
Glen Eyrie
Colorado Springs, CO
The C.S. Lewis Fellows Program on Science and Society will explore the growing impact of science on politics, economics, social policy, bioethics, theology, and the arts during the past century. The program is named after celebrated British writer C.S. Lewis, a perceptive critic of both scientism and technocracy in books such as The Abolition of Man and That Hideous Strength. Topics to be addressed include the history of science, the relationship between faith and science, the rise of scientific materialism, the debate over Darwinian theory and intelligent design, evolutionary conceptions of ethics, science and economics, science and criminal justice, stem cell research and abortion, eugenics, family life and sexuality, ecology and animal rights, climate
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June
06
Jun
26
26
2023

Seminar on Intelligent Design in the Natural Sciences

The Center for Science and Culture
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June
06
Jun
26
26
2023
Colorado Springs, CO
Colorado Springs, CO
The CSC Seminar on Intelligent Design in the Natural Sciences will prepare students to make research contributions advancing the growing science of intelligent design (ID). The seminar will explore cutting-edge ID work in fields such as molecular biology, biochemistry, embryology, developmental biology, paleontology, computational biology, ID-theoretic mathematics, cosmology, physics, and the history and philosophy of science. The seminar will include presentations on the application of intelligent design to laboratory research as well as frank treatment of the academic realities that ID researchers confront in graduate school and beyond, and strategies for dealing with them. Although the primary focus of the seminar is science, there also will be discussion on worldview

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2023

2023 Dallas Conference on Science & Faith

The Center for Science and Culture
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02
Feb
17
17
2023
Dallas Baptist University
Dallas, TX

How has Christianity contributed to the rise of modern science? What do the latest scientific discoveries tell us about the existence of God? Explore these questions, and more, at Discovery Institute’s 5th-annual Dallas Conference on Science & Faith.

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