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Intelligent Design: Atheists to the Rescue

This article, published by First Things, mentions Discovery Institute Center for Science and Culture Senior Fellows: Books by scientists—Michael Denton, Michael Behe, William Dembski, Stephen Meyer and others—pointed out various deficiencies in the theory of evolution: millions of gaps in the asserted “tree of evolution,” the impossibility of producing certain types of “irreducible complexity” by chance interactions, the failure of Read More ›

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Portrait of a samurai in armor in attack position
Portrait of a samurai in armor in attack position

Samurai Bioethics

Because they are trying to avoid the stigma of being associated with “fundamentalists”, a number of conservative intellectuals appear all too willing to postpone indefinitely the serious questions raised by Darwinism. Read More ›
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Many assorted old books lays in the stacks as background front view close up
Many assorted old books lays in the stacks as background front view close up

A Good Book About Bad Books

10 Books That Screwed Up the World: And 5 Others That Didn’t HelpBy Benjamin WikerRegnery, 260 pages, $27.95 If ever there were a book designed specifically for the enjoyment of InsideCatholic readers, surely it is Benjamin Wiker’s new 10 Books that Screwed Up the World: And 5 Others that Didn’t Help. Wiker should be renowned (if he is not already) Read More ›