Stephen C. Meyer

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Are Science and God at War as the New Atheists Claim? Stephen Meyer Responds

In this brief clip from The John Ankerberg Show, Dr. Stephen Meyer discusses the claim of the New Atheists that God and Science have always been in conflict. Meyer points out that quite the opposite is true and explains how modern science was directly inspired by Judeo-Christian ideas. Watch all of Episode 1 here: https://youtu.be/qLRLL5QIdgALearn more about the series here: Read More ›

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What Was the X Factor That Inspired the Rise of Modern Science? Stephen Meyer Responds

In this short clip, Dr. Stephen Meyer describes the Judeo-Christian ideas that gave rise to modern science. Catch the new 9-episode series with Stephen Meyer on The John Ankerberg Show this fall! Watch all of Episode 1 here: https://youtu.be/qLRLL5QIdgALearn more about the series here: https://jashow.org/sm22 This is the official Youtube page of Dr. Stephen Meyer, director of Discovery Institute’s Center 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 TreeS

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 ›