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The Privileged Planet

A number of factors must be perfectly met for the possibility of complex life on earth. These include: proper distance from the sun, liquid water, that it be a terrestrial planet, having tectonic plates, protected by large planets, orbiting the correct type of star, has a large moon, a magnetic field, and is oxygen rich. Listen is as we see Read More ›

Meyer Responds to Critics of Darwin’s Doubt

If the publication in 2013 of Stephen Meyer’s book, Darwin’s Doubt: The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the Case for Intelligent Design, tells us anything, it’s that the evolution debate in fact continues. More than that, like a storm, it is gathering strength and advancing steadily. Darwin’s Doubt was a major step forward. Now the controversy has advanced still Read More ›

Advancing the Scientific Debate

If the publication in 2013 of Stephen Meyer’s book, Darwin’s Doubt: The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the Case for Intelligent Design, tells us anything, it’s that the evolution debate in fact continues. More than that, like a storm, it is gathering strength and advancing steadily. Darwin’s Doubt was a major step forward. Now the controversy has advanced still Read More ›

Complex Biological Systems: A Debate, pt. 2: Ard Louis Presents

Intelligent design or theistic evolution? In this video, filmed at the 2013 European Leaders’ Forum in Wisla, Poland, Dr. Meyer debates physicist Dr. Ard Louis on the origin of biological systems. Meyer presents the evidence for intelligent design, while Louis maintains that neo-Darwinian processes played a key role in the development of complex life. Part 2 is Ard Louis’s opening Read More ›

Does Darwinian Evolution Disprove the Existence of God? Stephen Meyer on The Ben Shapiro Show

On this short but informative interview on KTTH’s The Ben Shapiro Show, Dr. Stephen Meyer discusses the compatibility of science and religion and explains why intelligent design provides a more satisfying explanation of the evidence than the neo-Darwinian selection/mutation mechanism.