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The Israel Test

Prolific thinker, George Gilder, lectures on his most recent book The Israel Test.

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Steps at Machu Picchu With Impressive Mountains
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Climbing Mount Improbable

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 ›

Darwin’s Dilemma Trailer

A documentary about the puzzling evidence from the Cambrian time period. During the time, an unfathomable amount of new life came into the world’s scene far too quickly for natural selection to be the chief cause. Watch the trailer and order the DVD to learn more.

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Berlinski Uncensored

Dr. David Berlinski notes some very frank realities about the scientific world and the scientists who make it up today. Learn more about David Berlinski at davidberlinski.org and devilsdelusion.com.

Can A Christian Be A Darwinist?

On February 5, 2009, theistic evolution proponent Karl Giberson and intelligent design proponent John West debated whether a Christian can be a Darwinist before a packed auditorium at Biola University in Los Angeles. The session was sponsored by the Master of Arts in Science and Religion program at Biola. Below you can listen to the audio of this debate, courtesy of Biola University.

Journey Inside The Cell

This animation shows how the digital information encoded in DNA directs protein synthesis inside the cell and provides a unique look at the evidence for intelligent design as described in Dr. Stephen C. Meyers book Signature in the Cell. For more information visit http://www.signatureinthecell.com

Signature in the Cell – Book Release Party

Dr. Stephen Meyer lectures on his book Signature in the Cell in which he argues that the information in DNA and the query of the origin of life points to an intelligent source. The book came out on the bicentennial of Darwin’s birth and and the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of On the Origin of Species.