Recently I was asked by several people whether I had ever responded to an old review of Darwin’s Black Box by Purdue University philosopher of religion Paul Draper. I had not done so, but will use the occasion to respond now and to clear up a couple of philosophical-ish objections that have been raised against intelligent design over the years. In 2002 Read More ›
This video is part 1 of an event held at Biola University called Signature in the Cell: Stephen Meyer Faces his Critics. Dr. Stephen Meyer lectures on his book, Signature in the Cell, and the evidence for Intelligent Design from DNA and the origin of life. He first walks through the theory of natural selection and presents his downfalls. Content Read More ›
In a presentation followed by a Q&A, Dr. Stephen Meyer introduces his book Signature in the Cell at a Heritage Foundation event in 2009.
On this episode of ID the Future, Joshua Youngkin interviews the author of I, Charles Darwin, about his unique book in which Darwin returns to the modern day. What would happen if Charles Darwin were to come back today? I, Charles Darwin examines that issue both scientifically and culturally. Read More ›
One of the most renowned biologists of the nineteenth century, Alfred Russel Wallace shares credit with Charles Darwin for developing the theory of evolution by natural selection. Yet one part of Wallace’s remarkable life and career has been completely ignored: His eventual embrace of intelligent design. Read More ›
For years Alfred Russel Wallace was little more than an obscure adjunct to Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution. Remembered only for prompting Darwin to write On the Origin of Species by sending Darwin his own letter proposing a theory of natural selection, Wallace was rightly dubbed by one biographer “the forgotten naturalist.” A decade of recent interest in Wallace has Read More ›
Unlike Darwin, Wallace believed that biology provides powerful evidence of intelligent design. As a result, Wallace largely has been written out of the history of science by contemporary supporters of undirected evolution. Read More ›