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David Berlinski

How Evolution Uses Natural Selection

How Evolution Uses Natural Selection to Build Organisms

What is natural selection and how does evolution use it to build new organisms? The fundamental difficulty for any undirected process of evolution is being able to see into the future and determine what functions that organism will need to survive. An unguided process like natural selection is incapable of doing that. What natural selection and other undirected natural mechanisms cannot achieve however, an intelligent agent can. Philosopher of Biology Paul Nelson describes the amazing process by which the worm C. elegans is constructed and how it points toward intelligent design. Read More ›
David Berlinski on The Devil's Delusion

David Berlinski on The Devil’s Delusion

The author of The Devil’s Delusion, Dr. David Berlinski is an urban scholar with a withering wit to delight and entertain while defending religious thought against a movement of intolerance which now includes much of the scientific elite. David Berlinski proceeds reasonably and calmly to challenge recent scientific theorizing and to expose the unreason from which it presumes to criticize Read More ›

David Berlinski on Dennis Miller

Dr. David Berlinski talks about his book The Devil’s Delusion with Dennis Miller. They talk through the main predicaments that Darwin faces. Berlinski clarifies the issues by quantifying the changes that must occur for darwinian evolution to occur.

Darwin’s Dilemma Los Angeles Premiere Will Mark 150th Anniversary of Darwin’s Origin of Species with Focus on Controversy over Evolution and Intelligent Design

This article, published by the American Freedom Alliance, is about a premiere of a documentary that includes interviews from Discovery Institute Fellows including Discovery Institute Senior Fellow Stephen Meyer: Highlighting the continuing controversy over the origins of life on earth, the American Freedom Alliance will premiere “Darwin’s Dilemma: The Mystery of the Cambrian Explosion” at the California Science Center in Read More ›

Waking a spiritually slumbering generation

Polling data suggest that in 20 years, a quarter of Americans will profess loyalty to no religion at all. Those unbelieving Americans aren’t European-style atheists. Instead, they find all the available institutional religious choice unappealing, which is why they are sometimes called “nones” as in “none of the above.” Believers are failing to reach an ever-increasing segment of the population. Read More ›

‘Darwin? That’s Just the Party Line’

This article, published by the National Post, contains a review of Discovery Institute Center for Science & Culture Senior Fellow David Berlinski’s book The Devil’s Delusion: And now comes along another tour de force — David Berlinski’s The Devil’s Delusion: Atheism And Its Scientific Pretensions — which, in 225 pages, delivers a formidable blow to the agreed-upon fictions that Darwin’s theory Read More ›