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Discovery Institute Dallas

Advancing a culture of purpose, creativity, and innovation.

The Dallas office of Discovery Institute forwards the mission of Discovery in the Dallas Fort Worth area and beyond.


Intelligent Design Reading Club
Be a part of the ID Reading Club in the Dallas area.
Next meeting is Saturday, February 9.
If you would like to join this club, please contact either: John Dishman at [email protected] or Tom Winkler at [email protected]

January 18-19, 2019 |Science and Faith Conference, Dallas, TX
Speakers will include: Stephen Meyer, Eric Metaxas, Jay Richards and James Tour
Register here

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January 20| Human Zoos Screening, Athens, TX
Watch a Free screening of  Human Zoos and participate in a post-screening discussion with the film’s director Dr. John West and a local panel.
Location: First Baptist Church, Athens, TX in the auditorium
Time: 3:00PM

January 31 | Unbelievable: 7 Myths about the History and Future of Science and  Religion
Michael Keas will be debunking Science and Faith myths as he will be presenting on his new book, Unbelievable: Seven Myths about the History and Future of Science and Religion.
The University of Texas at Dallas
Room: GR. 4.428
Time: 7:00PM
Campus map (Green is in F7)

March 29| Intelligent Design Education Day
Speakers will include Ray Bohlin and Paul Nelson. More details to come.

Contact Us

Pam Bailey
Operations Manager, Discovery Institute Dallas
(469) 420-5444  [email protected]

Discovery Institute
14902 Preston Rd.
Suite 404-514
Dallas, TX 75254
Phone: (469) 420-5444

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