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Faith & Science

The Biggest Myths about Science and Faith

Scientists love to tell stories about the quest to understand the universe — stories that often have profound implications for belief or disbelief in God. But more often than not, the stories are nothing but myths. Join us as Michael Keas, a historian of science and Senior Fellow of Discovery Institute’s Center for Science & Culture, explodes some of the most popular and pernicious myths about science and religion. Read More ›

Christian Scientific Society Regional Meeting

Come hear Dr. Stephen Meyer, along with other distinguished speakers, present at the Christian Scientific Society’s (CSS) regional meeting in Southern California on March 10-11! The theme of the meeting is Emergence, Spontaneous Pattern Formation, and the Origin of Life. Dr. Meyer, director of Discovery Institute’s Center for Science & Culture, will speak on the origin of life and the evidence for Read More ›

Theistic Evolution

Defining Theistic Evolution

In this introduction to the book Theistic Evolution, Stephen Meyer explains what is meant by the term "evolution" and the term "theistic evolution." He also previews each essay in the volume and explains briefly where the theistic evolutionary perspective falls short. Read More ›

Stephen Meyer Debates Michael Dowd on The Michael Medved Show

Dr. Stephen Meyer debates theistic evolutionist Michael Dowd on this broadcast of the Michael Medved Show from April 14th. Dowd, an evangelist for evolutionary theory, is author of the 2008 book Thank God for Evolution. Listen in as Meyer reminds Dowd and listeners why the modern synthesis of evolutionary theory fails to satisfy today’s evidence.

Darwin Day In America

Darwin Day in America tells the disturbing story of scientific expertise run amuck, exposing how an ideological interpretation of Darwinian biology and reductionist science have been used to degrade American culture over the past century through their impact on criminal justice, welfare, business, education, and bioethics.