Intelligent Design

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The Surprising Relevance of Engineering in Biology

Scientist Brian Miller explains the intriguing story of how biology is beginning to adopt more design-based models in its research. Although it’s true that many biologists still offer lip service to unguided evolution, engineers and biologists are actually working together to change the way we view how life developed. Dr. Miller is Research Coordinator at Discovery Institute’s Center for Science Read More ›

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Biologist: Humans Are a Miracle

For years, leading science popularizers have insisted humans are nothing special in the cosmic scheme of things. In his provocative new book The Miracle of Man, renowned biologist Michael Denton argues otherwise. Drawing on discoveries from a myriad of scientific fields, Denton masterfully documents how contemporary science has revived humanity’s special place in nature. Read More ›
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Secrets of the Cell with Michael Behe (Season 1 Compilation)

The cell is what biochemist Michael Behe has called evolution’s “black box,” its spectacularly complex, superbly designed contents unknown to Charles Darwin. When the box was opened by modern science, it was a turning-point moment for the articulation of the modern theory of intelligent design. A revolution followed, fundamentally challenging how scientists discuss the history of life. Join Dr. Behe as he explores the mysteries of the cell, the limits of evolution, and how the cell points to intelligent design. Read More ›
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Canceled Science

Eric Hedin, author of Canceled Science, explains how he was canceled by the scientific establishment and reflects on the lessons he learned during the experience. He also discusses scientific evidence which points to a Creator. This talk was presented at the 2022 Dallas Conference on Science and Faith in January 2022. Q&A Session

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Learn all about these heroes of the microscopic world—and how they provide compelling evidence for intelligent design. Hosted by by bestselling author and biochemist Michael Behe, the first season of Secrets of the Cell recently surpassed more than 1.4 million views on YouTube. The season’s episodes were also re-edited into a half-hour program that was broadcast worldwide on cable and satellite TV.

Bacteria — Superheroes of the Microbial World

We invite you to join biochemist Michael Behe as he explores marvels of the microscopic world, including bacteria with their own navigation systems, microbes that eat plastic waste, and microscopic bugs that can shoot 60 molecular “bullets” per second. This is Episode 6 of Behe’s popular video series Secrets of the Cell. Learn all about these heroes of the microscopic Read More ›

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Secrets of the Cell, Episode 6: Bacteria

Join biochemist Michael Behe as he explores marvels of the microscopic world, including bacteria with their own navigation systems, microbes that eat plastic waste, and microscopic bugs that can shoot 60 molecular “bullets” every second. This is Episode 6 of Behe’s video series “Secrets of the Cell.” More episodes can be viewed at michaelbehe.com.

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The Judeo-Christian Origins of Modern Science

Bestselling author Stephen Meyer explores how three key Judeo-Christian presuppositions encouraged the rise of modern science, and he explores the influence of faith on the life and work of Sir Isaac Newton. Meyer is Director of the Center for Science and Culture at Discovery Institute and author of Return of the God Hypothesis. This talk was presented at the 2022 Read More ›