On this short but informative interview on KTTH’s The Ben Shapiro Show, Dr. Stephen Meyer discusses the compatibility of science and religion and explains why intelligent design provides a more satisfying explanation of the evidence than the neo-Darwinian selection/mutation mechanism. Meyer also outlines arguments raised by his new book Darwin’s Doubt. More information is available at www.DarwinsDoubt.com.
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 an interview on the Dennis Miller program, Dr. Stephen Meyer discusses the doubts that Charles Darwin expressed about his own theory, particularly a weakness arising from the sudden appearance of diverse, complex, and insufficiently connected life forms in the Cambrian layer of the fossil record. Meyer also clarifies the distinction between creationism and the theory of intelligent design. Stephen Read More ›
The trailer for Michael Flannery’s biography of Alfred Russel Wallace, the co-discoverer of the theory of evolution by natural selection.
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 ›
How the Co-Founder of the Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection Advocated Intelligent Design. Read More ›
Richard Dawkins has famously elaborated on Darwin’s theory of natural selection, arguing that through a slow incremental process, evolution can explain the rise of new species. The new film, Darwin’s Dilemma shows where Dawkins goes wrong. Read More ›
A friend of mine tells me that the only things he remembers about evolution from his high school biology course are photos of black and white peppered moths resting on light and dark tree trunks. They were presented as the classic case of Darwinian evolution in action, explaining how a trait that enhances survival could be acquired through an unguided Read More ›