Un-Canceled Science

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in one event, the number of people who heard this evidence was more than twice the total number of students who participated in my Boundaries of Science course. Source
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Are Proponents of ID Religiously Motivated, and Does It Matter?

Ann Gauger, Big Bang, Brian Miller, Casey Luskin, Christianity, cosmology, Darwinism, David Berlinski, David Klinghoffer, Discovery Institute, Education, environmental fitness, Faith & Science, fine-tuning, Günter Bechly, Intelligent Design, intrinsic plausibility, Ireland, Irreducible Complexity, Isaac Newton, Johannes Kepler, John Danaher, Michael Behe, Michael Denton, microbiology, motives, Phillip Johnson, prior probability, probability theory, Stephen Meyer, Steve Fuller, teach the controversy, theistic religion, University of Galway, William Dembski
If Danaher wants to scrutinize the religious motives of ID proponents, we have to consider what such a line of attack would do to evolution. Source
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Summer Seminars on Intelligent Design Are FREE but the Application DEADLINE Approaches

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In the shadow of 14,000-foot Pikes Peak, we’ll meet and learn from the top scientists and scholars in the ID community. Source
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Vilenkin: A Physicist in Flight from Intelligent Design

Adam Mann, Alexander Vilenkin, Big Bang, Closer to Truth, cosmological constant, cosmologists, cosmology, dark energy, Dark Energy constant, Energy, evolutionary science, fine-tuning, gravity, Intelligent Design, matter, physicists, physics, Physics, Earth & Space, Rob Sheldon, Robert Lawrence Kuhn, Scientific American, Subhir Sarkhar, universe
If you are not an ideological materialist, it would make more sense just to assume that our universe is designed because of the clear evidence for fine-tuning. Source
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Bad News for the “Theist on the Street”

Big Bang, biology, Brian Miller, Casey Luskin, common sense, continuity, cosmology, design detection, Douglas Axe, eagle eye, Emily Reeves, Evolution, fauna, fine-tuning, flora, hummingbird, Intelligent Design, intuition, laws of nature, non-agent cause, Rope Kojonen, The Compatibility of Evolution and Design, The Compatibility of Evolution and Design (series), theist on the street, theistic evolution
On Rope Kojonen's model, she no longer has grounds to trust her common-sense intuition of the design of the eagle’s eye. Source
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Stephen Meyer: Evidence of Mind in the Natural World

Christianity, cosmology, Doug Monroe, Faith & Science, fine-tuning, Greek, ID The Future, Intelligent Design, Latin, materialism, miracles, multiverse, Occam's Razor, practice, praxis, Praxis Circle, scientific method, scientific revolution, skepticism, Stephen Meyer, theistic evolution, theology, Worldview
Can we scientifically detect the activity of a mind behind the universe? Philosopher of science Dr. Stephen Meyer answers this question and more. Source
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No. 7 Story of 2023: Exhibition on the Bible and Science Opens in Nation’s Capital

Anthony Schmidt, Arno Penzias, Arthur Holly Compton, Bible, biology, Buzz Aldrin, Cambridge University, Catholic priest, Charles Townes, communion, cosmology, Deborah Haarsma, DNA, Evolution, Faith & Science, Fred Hoyle, Georges Lemaître, Guillermo Gonzalez, humans, Intelligent Design, James Gordon, Jeffrey Williams, Johannes Kepler, John Ray, Leslie Wickman, Melissa Cain Travis, Museum of the Bible, Nancy Pearcey, Nicholas Copernicus, Nobel Prize, On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres, Ota Benga, Pentateuch, Psalms, Robert Jastrow, Science and Scripture, Signature in the Cell, St. George Jackson Mivart, Stephen Meyer, The Wisdom of God Manifested in the Works of Creation, Thinking God’s Thoughts, Total Truth
Tracing the development of science over two millennia, the exhibition challenges a popular misconception about the relationship between the Bible and science. Source
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Alfred Russel Wallace’s Bicentennial Year: A Cause for Celebration and for Sadness

Alfred Russel Wallace, Andrew Berry, Arthur Conan Doyle, bicentennial, Charles Smith, Chemistry, Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection, cosmology, Darwinism (book), Elusive Victorian, Evolution, George Beccaloni, Heretic in Darwin’s Court, In Darwin’s Shadow, intelligent cause, Intelligent Design, intelligent evolution, James T. Costa, Lord Rayleigh, Man’s Place in the Universe, Martin Fichman, Michael Shermer, Nature's Prophet, Origin of Species, Peter Raby, Radical by Nature, Revolt of Democracy, Richard Dawkins, Ross A. Slotten, Social Environment and Moral Progress, spiritualism, that biology, The Geographical Distribution of Animals, The Greatest Show on Earth, The Wonderful Century, The World of Life, Tropical Nature, Usk, Wales, William Crookes, William Fletcher Barrett, William James, William Paley
All the hyperbole shows the fix is in — Wallace has been made safe for scientism and Darwinian reductionism. The academy can breathe easy. Source
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Alfred Russel Wallace’s Case for an “Overruling Intelligence”

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When Wallace broke with Charles Darwin in 1869, it was over the nature of human beings. Source
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