Stephen C. Meyer

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Answering Questions about Science and Faith

Philosopher Stephen Meyer, theologian Vern Poythress, engineer Stuart Burgess, and biologist Jonathan McLatchie answer questions about science and faith posed to them at the Westminster Conference on Science and Faith. Read More ›
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Space and Galaxy light speed travel. Elements of this image furnished by NASA.
Space and Galaxy light speed travel. Elements of this image furnished by NASA.

How Science Stopped Backing Atheists and Started Pointing Back to God

Far from pointing to "blind, pitiless indifference," the great discoveries of the last century point to the exquisite design of life and the universe and, arguably, to an intelligent creator behind it all. Read More ›
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Stephen Meyer Takes On Darwin’s Tree

Everyone has seen the iconic tree of life depicted by Darwin. But in this bonus interview released as part of the Science Uprising series, best-selling author Stephen Meyer describes how the fossil record poses significant challenges to Darwin's tree of life. When one studies the various biological forms of the fossil record, one finds that these forms remain static with slight variations until the species either goes extinct or persists into the present day. According to Meyer, "we don't see the kind of morphing from one major morphological innovation into another that you would expect on the basis of Darwinian theory." Read More ›
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DNA in hand on blue background.

The Coolest Tech on the Planet (Hint: It’s Inside You!)

These days, we surround ourselves with technology to stay in touch, to keep ourselves informed, and to manage the challenges of our daily lives. We also recognize in our devices and machines all the hallmarks of design, understanding reflexively that they express the ingenuity of engineers or software developers. Our appreciation for applied intelligence comes as second nature to us—we intuitively recognize the work of other minds. Read More ›