Fr. Robert J. Spitzer, Ph.D., and co-author of New Proofs for the Existence of God, waslks through some of the new arguments for God’s existence as reasoned from astrophysics. Listen in as he talks about universe expansion, anthropic fine-tuning, and other novel arguments from the past decade.
A comprehensive look at replacing the Alaskan Way Viaduct with a deep-bore tunnel. Cascadia Center’s Bruce Agnew provides background and context.
Dr. Meyer explains the importance of biological information in origin of life research, as he discussed in his book Signature in the Cell.
Sen. Slade Gorton, 9/11 Commissioner & Former WA Senator Read More ›
Slade Gorton, 9/11 Commissioner & Former WA Senator
Definitions of intelligent design used in the mainstream media are either so superficial as to be meaningless, or completely wrong in stating that ID is creationism and anti-evolutionary. One of the best basic definitions is from intelligentdesign.org. “The theory of intelligent design holds that certain features of the universe and of living things are best explained by an intelligent cause, Read More ›
Dr. Stephen Meyer talks about the assumptions materialistic scientists hold about intelligent design and how they inaccurately combat the theory. Dr. Meyer walks through various definitions of science and how darwinists make certain claims that are self-defeating. Read More ›
Intelligent Design: says there are certain features in nature that are best explained by intelligence and not by undirected process such as Darwin’s natural selection. It does not challenge evolution–as dependent on different definitions–rather it directly opposes Darwinian evolution.
UT mathematician Granville Sewell has produced a book of essays spanning a wide variety of issues related to the debate over evolution. Besides biological evolution, it also deals with the Big Bang, the fine-tuning of the laws of physics, quantum mechanics, and even design in mathematics.
For more about In the Beginning and Other Essays on Intelligent Design go here.Read More ›