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The Top Ten Scientific Problems with Biological and Chemical Evolution

Is it true that there are "no weaknesses" in evolutionary theory? All one must do is examine the technical scientific literature and inquire whether there are legitimate scientific challenges to chemical and biological evolution. This article reviews some of this literature and the scientific challenges to Darwinian theory and chemical evolution therein. Read More ›
Stephen Meyer Responds to Critics: Matzke

Meyer Responds to Critics: Matzke Part 1

Stephen Meyer addresses Nick Matzke’s quickly formed critique of Darwin’s Doubt. Matzke’s critique of involved the field of cladistics. Matzke claims that you can use cladistics to establish “collateral” ancestors of the forms seen in the Cambrian explosion. For more information about Darwin’s Doubt and Stephen Meyer, visit www.darwinsdoubt.com.

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Meyer on the Janet Mefferd Show Discussing Darwin’s Doubt

Stephen Meyer is the author of The New York Times best selling book Darwin’s Doubt: The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the case for Intelligent Design (HarperOne, 2013). Guest host Dr. Frank Turek interviews Meyer on the Janet Mefferd show about the arguments raised in Meyer’s book. Meyer discusses the evidence present in the fossil record to affirm Darwin’s Read More ›

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Dr. Meyer Debates Paleontologist Charles Marshall on Premier Radio

In November 2013, Stephen Meyer debated paleontologist and UC Berkeley professor Charles Marshall about Darwin’s Doubt and intelligent design. An engaging and timely discussion! Stephen Meyer is the author of The New York Times best selling book Darwin’s Doubt: The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the case for Intelligent Design (HarperOne, 2013). For more information on the book and Read More ›

Stephen Meyer on the Dennis Miller program

Stephen Meyer joins radio host Frank Turek to discuss Darwin’s Doubt

On Cross Examine with Dr. Frank Turek, Dr. Stephen Meyer discusses his New York Times best-selling book Darwin’s Doubt: The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the case for Intelligent Design (HarperOne, 2013). For more information on the book and to order your copy visit http://www.darwinsdoubt.com.

CSPAN’s BookTV Interviews Dr. Stephen Meyer on Darwin’s Doubt

CSPAN’s BookTV Interviews Dr. Stephen Meyer on Darwin’s Doubt

In an interview for C-SPAN Book TV with Peter Slen, Dr. Stephen Meyer discusses his New York Times best-selling book Darwin’s Doubt: The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the case for Intelligent Design (HarperOne, 2013). For more information on the book and to order your copy visit http://www.darwinsdoubt.com.

Darwin’s Dilemma – The Significance of Sponge Embryos

Darwin’s Dilemma – The Significance of Sponge Embryos

Dr. Stephen Meyer, author of Darwin’s Doubt, talks about a significant discovery in China of tiny sponges in the pre-Cambrian layer of the fossil record. Having studied these fossils alongside Chinese paleontologist and Cambrian explosion scholar Jun-Yuan Chen, biologist Paul Chien describes the technique used to analyze the sponge embryos’ complexity. Excerpted from Illustra Media’s film, Darwin’s Dilemma – http://www.darwinsdilemma.org/.

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Art Deco ceiling of the National Academy of Sciences by Hildreth Meiere.
Art Deco ceiling of the National Academy of Sciences

The Facts about Intelligent Design

A 1982 poll found that only 9% of Americans believed that humans developed through purely natural evolutionary processes. Two years later, the U.S. National Academy of Sciences (NAS) issued its first Science and Creationism booklet, stating that science and religion occupy "separate and mutually exclusive realms." 1Public skepticism of evolution remained high — a 1993 poll found that only 11% of Americans believed that humans developed through purely natural evolutionary processes.

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