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Darwin's Nightmare

Darwin’s Nightmare

Ever since Darwin’s time, paleontologists have put their finger on the Cambrian explosion, where most of the major animal phyla appear abruptly in the fossil record suddenly and without any evidence of intermediate forms preceding them in Precambrian strata. Read More ›
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Lux Forum Hosts Stephen Meyer on Return of the God Hypothesis

Lux Forum — a non-profit operating out of Napa Valley, California — will be featuring a public lecture with Stephen Meyer on his latest book, Return of the God Hypothesis: Three Discoveries that Reveal the Mind Behind the Universe. Read below for more information on the event and host. A message from the organizers: Join us for compelling discussions about Read More ›

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Richard Weikart on Darwinian Racism at SES National Conference on Christian Apologetics

One of our senior fellows at the Center for Science & Culture, Richard Weikart, has been invited to speak on the subject of his new book, Darwinian Racism, at this year’s National Conference on Christian Apologetics (NCCA) hosted by Southern Evangelical Seminary. He will be featured in two breakout sessions, on April 8 and 9. Read on for more information Read More ›

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Close up of eye iris on black background, macro, photography

The Design of the Human Eye with Jonathan Wells

Our friends at The Centre for Intelligent Design in the U.K. are hosting a webinar featuring Jonathan Wells on the design of the human eye. On the day of the webinar, simply click the button on the right to watch the live event on YouTube. Read their message below for further information. The Centre for Intelligent Design Our webinar series Read More ›

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Darwinian Racism Webinar with Author Richard Weikart

According to historians and scientists alike, Adolf Hitler was a Christian creationist who rejected Darwinian evolution. Award-winning historian Richard Weikart says otherwise. According to Weikart, Darwinian evolution crucially influenced Hitler and the Nazis. The Nazis zealously propagated evolutionary theory during the Third Reich. ​​​​Inspired by arguments from both Darwin and early Darwinists, the Nazis viewed the “Nordic race” as superior to other Read More ›

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Topoisomerase Webinar with Joe Deweese

Topoisomerase II is an extremely important enzyme in your cells that is designed to untangle knots and supercoils in DNA strands that arise during replication and transcription. It does this by grabbing two tangled DNA segments, holding one steady while it breaks the other segment in two, and then passing the first segment through the break. The second segment is Read More ›

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Darwinian Racism

To hear some tell it, Adolf Hitler was a Christian creationist who rejected Darwinian evolution. Award-winning historian Richard Weikart shows otherwise. According to Weikart, Darwinian evolution crucially influenced Hitler and the Nazis, and the Nazis zealously propagated evolutionary theory during the Third Reich. Inspired by arguments from both Darwin and early Darwinists, the Nazis viewed the “Nordic race” as superior Read More ›

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How Did the Universe Begin?

Was the universe always here, or did it have a beginning? If so, how did it start? Mankind has debated these questions for centuries and has only recently begun to find some answers. And those answers may point to some even more intriguing conclusions. Read More ›
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Aliens, the Multiverse, or God?

Even staunch Darwinists have acknowledged that life in the universe displays an appearance of design, rather than being created out of random chance. If that’s true, where did that design come from? In other words, does a design require a designer? Read More ›