In the Evolution Debate, How Truth Can Prevail

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Paul Kecskemeti’s analysis perfectly describes the challenge faced by anyone who wishes to publicly tell the truth about the evidence for design. Source
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Is Fine-Tuning “More Extreme” in Biology or Cosmology?

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As authors Thorvaldsen and Hössjer say, “Biology is inherently more complicated than the large-scale universe and so fine-tuning is even more a feature.” Source
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Taking Applications Now to Be Our New Education and Outreach Coordinator!

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What if ID scientists went about their work, uncovering evidence of purpose and meaning in biology and cosmology, but…no one ever heard about it? Source
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When “Science” Becomes a Cult

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The problem comes when, in order to win our acceptance, double-talk is used to pretend that a cult is something other than what it is. Source
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Repentant Biology Journal Offers a Weak Rebuttal to Its Own Pro-ID Fine-Tuning Paper

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The authors close by quoting Carl Sagan’s famous adage that “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.” Do they offer that kind of evidence? Source
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Michael Denton Identifies TWO Intelligent Designs in the Universe

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“The whole world works together in the service of man,” as Francis Bacon wrote. Denton revives this ancient insight with modern rigor. Source
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Admit an “Error” by Darwin and Huxley? Here’s How It Could Be Permitted

Aaron Hirsch, Bible, biology, Charles Darwin, Darwinists, dominion, Emil du Bois-Reymond, Evolution, evolutionary theory, golf, human exceptionalism, Intelligent Design, Kim Jon-il, Lord Byron, Nautilus, Nicolaus Copernicus, North Sea, On the Origin of Species, overfishing, psychology, T.H. Huxley
As we all know, evolutionary theory, like the famed golf game of Kim Jon-il, contains no errors or weaknesses of any kind. Source
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Despite Darwinists’ Cancel Culture, Intelligent Design Has a Breakthrough in Biology Journal

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The article survived peer-review and was accepted for publication despite the open hostility of the journal’s top editors! Source
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