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A Cosmological Argument for God’s Existence, pt. 3

In this special series of The John Ankerberg Show, Dr. Stephen Meyer presents a cosmological argument for God’s existence. In part 3, Dr. Meyer describes how the physical constants of the universe are finely tuned for life and presents intelligent design as the best theory to explain the evidence. Videos posted with permission.

A Cosmological Argument for God’s Existence, pt. 2

In this special series of The John Ankerberg Show, Dr. Stephen Meyer presents a cosmological argument for God’s existence. In part 2, Dr. Meyer discusses evidence from Edwin Hubble, Albert Einstein, and Stephen Hawking that the universe had a definite beginning. Videos posted with permission.

Complex Biological Systems: A Debate, pt. 3: Responses

Intelligent design or theistic evolution? In the conclusion to their debate at the European Leaders’ Forum in 2013, Dr. Stephen Meyer and Dr. Ard Louis respond to each other’s presentations. For the full debate, see part 1 (http://youtu.be/f36Xup_XN4M) and part 2 (http://youtu.be/PKtkE1Z5JyE). Video courtesy ELF and posted with permission.

A Cosmological Argument for God’s Existence, pt. 1

In this special series of The John Ankerberg Show, Dr. Stephen Meyer presents a cosmological argument for God’s existence: the universe, space, and time all had a beginning, the universe has been fine-tuned for life, and every living cell contains the information and design necessary for life. In part 1, Dr. Meyer describes the development of a naturalistic view of Read More ›

Jonathan Wells’s Centriole Hypothesis

A microtubule-dependent polar ejection force that pushes chromosomes away from spindle poles during prometaphase is observed in animal cells but not in the cells of higher plants. Elongating microtubules and kinesin-like motor molecules have been proposed as possible causes, but neither accounts for all the data. Read More ›