Darwinism Needs Laws to Look Scientific; Cronin and Hazen Stand Ready to Serve

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Desperate to justify their worldview as legitimate, some Darwinians are making up new “laws of nature” to appear smiling inside the big tent of science. Source
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Postcard from São Paulo: Intelligent Design Sung to a New Tune in Brazil

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The theme of the conference was familiar to us, but I’d like to think that we’ve heard it sung to a new tune in more ways than one.  Source
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Darwinists Seek to Explain the Eye’s Engineering Perfection

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First, they turn evolution into an engineer. Personification is a common ploy by Darwinists. Source
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