Washington Bill to Let Non-Doctors Participate in Assisted Suicide
Racism Violates Human Exceptionalism
Robert J. Marks II on One Thing Only Humans Can Do
In a panel discussion at the Dallas launch of the Walter Bradley Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence, the Center’s director, Baylor Professor of Computer Engineering Robert J. Marks, offered some thoughts on the evening’s topic, “Will “Smart” Machines Take Over Our Jobs?”
The Man Who Could Be King
This lecture was recorded as part of Discovery Institute’s Gorton Series Lecture. Former U.S. Congressman John R. Miller discusses his new book The Man Who Could Be King, a historical novel about George Washington’s struggle over whether to heed the call of his officers to become king. Archived August 28, 5:00 pm Event Page at TVW
Putting Infants “Down Like Dogs”
The Charlie Gard tragedy has renewed public advocacy for legalizing infanticide. Writing in the New York Times earlier this month, Gary Comstock recounted the tragic death of his son, Sam, who was born with a terminal genetic condition. Many years later, Comstock believes that his son should have been killed instead of being taken off of life support: It seems the medical community has few options Read More ›
From computers to airplanes to life-giving medicines, the technological marvels of our world were made possible by the human use of fire. But the use of fire itself was made possible by an array of features built into the human body and the planet. Join biologist Michael Denton as he investigates the amazing story of how humans and our planet Read More ›
The Kingdom of Speech
Tom Wolfe, whose legend began in journalism, takes us on an eye-opening journey that is sure to arouse widespread debate. The Kingdom of Speech is a captivating, paradigm-shifting argument that speech — not evolution — is responsible for humanity’s complex societies and achievements. From Alfred Russel Wallace, the Englishman who beat Darwin to the theory of natural selection but later renounced Read More ›
Tom Wolfe on Why Darwinian Evolution is a “Myth”
Tom Wolfe is out with his first nonfiction book in more than 15 years. The Kingdom of Speech is a bold argument about language and human evolution, seeking to challenge our understanding of Darwinism. Jeff Glor spoke to the provocative writer in New York.
Stephen Meyer on Breakpoint with John Stonestreet
On Breakpoint, Dr. Stephen Meyer discusses his new book Darwin’s Doubt with host John Stonestreet. For more information or to order your own copy 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), visit http://www.darwinsdoubt.com.