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Distinguished Glasgow Surgeon David Galloway Dissects Darwinism

Series
ID the Future
Guest
David Galloway
Duration
00:16:47
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On this ID the Future from the vault, brain surgeon and Evolution News blogger Michael Egnor talks with host Casey Luskin about his internet debates with Jerry Coyne and the trends and dynamics he sees in the intelligent design/evolution blogosphere. Dr. Egnor also speaks briefly on the evidence he sees for intelligent design in the brain, what atheist and science writer Isaac Asimov once described as “the most complicated organization of matter that we know.” Egnor says that may be true but that we needn’t look to the brain for confirmation that something in nature required intelligent design. We can find powerful evidence of it in something far humbler. Tune in to listen to his answer, and stay tuned for other installments in this conversation between Egnor and Luskin.

David Galloway

Professor David Galloway, MD DSc FRCS FRCP FACS FACP, is a surgeon based in the West of Scotland and an alumnus of the University of Glasgow. His clinical training involved working in hospitals in Glasgow, London, and New York City. His postgraduate academic work was focused on cancer research and, in particular, aspects of cell division and how it can be influenced by various environmental and dietary factors. He developed an academic surgical practice in Glasgow focusing on surgical oncology and metabolic surgery. Since 2014 he has provided intermittent surgical support to Chitokoloki, a Christian Mission Hospital in rural Zambia and now holds registration with the Health Professions Council of Zambia. Galloway is former President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, and an Honorary Professor of Surgery, College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences, University of Glasgow. He is married to Christine and they have two daughters and three grandchildren. He is a keen golfer and an avid reader of popular science, philosophy of science and religion, and current affairs. He is also in demand as a speaker on aspects of Christianity and apologetics.
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Copernicus
Darwinism
David Galloway
Design Dissected
evolution
Ignaz Semmelweis
intelligent design
John Lennox
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Neo-Darwinism
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
Royal Society of London
scientific dogma
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Semmelweis effect
University of Glasgow
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