BEHE COUNTERS THE BEST OBJECTIONS TO IRREDUCIBLE COMPLEXITY AND ID, PT. 2
Paul Nelson on Listening to Nature for Her Answers
Design in a Naturalistic Culture
The Gollum Effect in Science, from Tycho Brahe to Today
Jay Richards on the Art of Answering Evolutionists
Darwin’s Rhetorical Foundation of Sand: Theological Utilitarianism
How Biology Confirms Design
As molecular biologist Douglas Axe recalls, the Greek philosopher Gorgias (born about 483 BC) spent a lifetime pondering the nature of existence. At last he arrived at a firm conclusion: “Nothing exists.” In a presentation at the 2020 Dallas Conference on Science & Faith, Dr. Axe used Gorgias to illustrate his point that “expertise does not necessarily drive you in the right Read More ›
Why More scientists are going Off-script from the Darwinia
David Gelernter at Yale recently wrote an essay in Claremont Review of Books entitled “ Giving Up Darwin: A fond farewell to a brilliant and beautiful theory.” Gelernter is one more of a small but growing number of scientists and intellectuals who are now studying the evidence for themselves and finding that the case for evolutionary biology as presented by Read More ›
Is Methodological Naturalism Necessary for Science?
In this bonus interview footage from Science Uprising, philosopher of science Stephen Meyer explains why methodological naturalism (aka methodological materialism) isn’t necessary for the practice of science. Visit the Science Uprising website at to find more videos and explore related articles and books.