On today’s ID the Future Biola University physicist John Bloom discusses his chapter in the recent anthology The Comprehensive Guide to Science and Faith, co-edited by host Casey Luskin. Bloom’s focus in his contributed chapter is the pivotal role of Christianity in the rise of science. Bloom, the academic director of Biola’s master’s program in science and religion, draws on his PhD training Read More ›
It’s time for a new paradigm of economic thought. The key to understanding — and instigating — economic growth, Gilder argues, lies in information theory. Hear from economist and NYT bestselling author George Gilder as he expounds on the key messages of his latest book The Scandal of Money: Why Wall Street Recovers but the Economy Never Does at the Read More ›
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On this episode of Discovery Institute Podcast, host David Boze talks with Dr. Jay Richards about his new book, Indivisible. 2012 has been dubbed the year of the economy, but social affairs are gaining significant leverage as controversies thrive around issues such as Prop. 8 and the HHS mandate. Richards emphasizes the importance of intellectually arming oneself in order to Read More ›
On this episode of the Center on Human Exceptionalism Podcast, host David Boze and senior fellow Wesley J. Smith discuss a recent environmental movement that is pushing for the international recognition of “ecocide” as a crime against peace. The promoters of the concept of “ecocide” seek to thwart human development of resources in order to protect the flora and fauna Read More ›
On this episode of the Center on Human Exceptionalism Podcast, host David Boze and senior fellow Wesley J. Smith explore PETA’s recent failure to convince the courts to define Sea World killer whales as slaves. Smith explains that while PETA’s efforts doubtfully amount to more than a publicity stunt, it is important to recognize the dangers of the ideological anti-human Read More ›
On this episode of the Center on Human Exceptionalism Podcast, constitutional attorney Steve O’Ban joins host David Boze to discuss the legal concerns surrounding the HHS mandate. The Obama administration’s healthcare initiative would force all religious organizations to provide their employees with free contraceptives, abortion-inducing drugs, and sterilizations — regardless of any religious or ethical objections. Listen in and learn Read More ›