Dallas Conference: What Does “The Science” Really Say about Faith?

Andrew McDiarmid, Archaeology, Bible, Center for Science & Culture, Chemistry, Children, COVID-19, Culture & Ethics, Dallas Conference on Science & Faith, Darwinism, Exodus, Faith & Science, Geology, Howard Glicksman, human body, Intelligent Design, Irreducible Complexity, James Tour, Jonathan McLatchie, lockdowns, mandates, media, Nancy Pearcey, public health, scientists, Stephen Meyer, Steve Laufmann, Titus Kennedy, transgenderism, Vaccines
This year's conference, February 17 and 18, will tackle subjects we haven't explored before, including archaeology, transgenderism, and tech addiction. Source
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Another Nobel Prize-Winning Scientist for Intelligent Design

Arthur Holly Compton, Bible, Brian Josephson, Cambridge University, Chemistry, Compton effect, Discovery Institute Press, electromagnetic radiation, faith, Foresight (book), Gerhard Ertl, history, Intelligent Design, John B. Gurdon, John West, light, Marcos Eberlin, Museum of the Bible, Nobel Prize, physics, science, UC Berkeley, universe, Washington DC
Compton joins fellow Nobel Prize-winning physicists Charles Townes (UC Berkeley) and Brian Josephson (Cambridge University) who have likewise come out for ID. Source
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The Elephant in the Science Lab

Albert Einstein, ammonia, biochemistry, biology, Carl Woese, Chemistry, DNA, electrical charge, Evolution, H2O, hydrogen, inorganic chemistry, Intelligent Design, Isaac Newton, lipids, macromolecules, model, molecular biology, molecules, oxygen, physics, proteins, purpose, RNA, science, science of purpose, Senses, Tinkertoys, water
I have been seeking to describe the science of purpose. Now it is worth getting down to the basics of what science actually is and how it works. Source
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“Poor Design”? Actually, the Human Body Is Amazing; Here’s Why

architecture, bicycling, biology, blood, Chemistry, colors, darkness, death, ears, Engineering, equilibrium, Evolution, eyes, heart, human body, information, Intelligent Design, internal temperature, James Dobson, life, light, lungs, Medicine, oxygen, photons, physicians, physics, piano, reproduction, Richard Dawkins, running, Steve Laufmann, swimming, systems, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, Thomas Kuhn, triathlon, Walt Whitman
If someone suggests that a coherent, interdependent system of systems arose by chance, they’ll need to back that up with a detailed engineering analysis. Source
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Rabbi Adam Jacobs Talks with Michael Denton about Intelligent Design

"poor design", Aish HaTorah, ankle, atheists, Big Bang, bioengineering, biological information, biology, Cambrian Explosion, Chemistry, common descent, cosmos, Culture, earth, Edward Feser, Evolution, Faith & Science, fine-tuning, Intelligent Design, Judaism, kabbalah, Michael Denton, mysticism, Nathan Lents, Rabbi Adam Jacobs, Stuart Burgess, The Miracle of Man, wrist
Rabbi Jacobs, with the worldwide Jewish outreach group Aish HaTorah, makes a very thoughtful conversation partner for Dr. Denton. Source
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Origin of Life from Basalt Lava Glass? Sorry, No

Astrobiology (journal), basalt lava glass, Chemistry, cyclic trimetaphosphate, early Earth, earth, Evolution, Foundation for Applied Molecular Evolution, intelligent agency, Intelligent Design, investigators, Jack Szostak, James Tour, Mars, natural processes, nickel borate, nucleoside triphosphates, nucleosides, nucleotides, origin of life, phosphates, ribonucleic acid, RNA, RNA world, rock glasses
An honest evaluation of the studies leads to the conclusion that the formation of RNA could not have occurred through any natural processes on the early earth. Source
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Denton: Return of the Man Hypothesis

anthropocentrism, biology, bipeds, Charles Darwin, Chemistry, cosmos, Eric Anderson, Evolution, fine-tuning, fire, ID The Future, Intelligent Design, Michael Denton, Middle Ages, natural selection, Physics, Earth & Space, physiology, Podcast, Return of the God Hypothesis, Stephen Meyer, Technology, The Miracle of Man
Scientific discoveries have revitalized the outlook that placed man at the center of the cosmos, not in a physical but in a metaphysical sense. Source
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Earth’s Atmosphere Demonstrates Stunning Biocentric Fine-Tuning

absorption spectrum, aerobic life, atmosphere, atmospheric gases, biology, carbon dioxide, Carl Sagan, Chemistry, earth, Encyclopaedia Britannica, extraterrestrial life, greenhouse effect, Homo sapiens, infrared radiation, Intelligent Design, light-eaters, metabolism, NASA, nitrogen, oxygen, ozone, photosynthesis, Physics, Earth & Space, silicate weathering, sun, sunlight, The Miracle of Man, Venus, visual light, volcanic activity, water vapor
For photosynthesis to proceed on a planet like Earth, sunlight (visual light) must penetrate the atmosphere all the way to the ground. Source
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John Bloom on the Match that Lit the Scientific Revolution

alchemy, Ancient Near East, astrology, astronomy, Casey Luskin, Chemistry, Christianity, Faith & Science, Francis Bacon, Galileo Galilei, ID The Future, Johannes Kepler, John Bloom, Judeo-Christian tradition, Nicolaus Copernicus, physics, Physics, Earth & Space, Podcast, The Comprehensive Guide to Science and Faith
Babylonians and Greeks contributed some discoveries and insights that would eventually play into the rise of science. Source
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