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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Listen: Carbon Valley Trumps Silicon Valley

Andrew McDiarmid, biology, Carbon Valley, cell's, Crossway, Douglas Axe, Evolution, ID The Future, Intelligent Design, molecular biologists, natural selection, Podcast, random mutation, Silicon Valley, smartphone, Stephen Meyer, Technology, Theistic Evolution (book)
“Nobody doubts that natural selection and random mutation is a biological process. What we doubt is that they can generate fundamentally new forms of life.” Source
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Film Festival 2023 — “Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Stupid ‘Stupid Design’ Argument”

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Today we are highlighting a video featuring molecular biologist Douglas Axe of Biola University and his response to Neil deGrasse Tyson. Source
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Understanding Design Arguments: An Introduction for Catholics

Aristotle, atomists, Benjamin Wiker, biology, Church Fathers, Democritus, Douglas Axe, Epicurus, Evolution, Faith & Science, God's Grandeur, Gregory of Nazianzen, Intelligent Design, James Sinclair, Jonathan Witt, Leucippus, Michael Behe, Michael Denton, New Atheists, philosophy, physics, Plato, Robin Collins, Roman Catholics, Scopes Monkey Trial, scripture, Socrates, Stephen Meyer, stereotypes, Vatican I, william lane craig, Xenophon, zero-sum game
What ID denies is that every feature of nature is the product of natural forces all the way down. This commitment is necessarily shared by Catholics. Source
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Happy New Year! #1 Story of 2022: Evolutionists Admit Their Field’s Failures

Arlin Stoltzfus, Armin Moczek, biology, charity, conferences, cultural evolution, Darwinian theory, Douglas Axe, epigenetics, Eugene Koonin, Evolution, Evolution News, evolutionary development, evolutionists, Extended Evolutionary Synthesis, Facebook, Ford Doolittle, Günter Bechly, Günter Wagner, Indiana University, Intelligent Design, Maryland, Modern Synthesis, New Trends in Evolutionary Biology, Paul Nelson, plasticity, Royal Society, status, Stephen Buranyi, Stephen Meyer, tax credit, technical journals, The Guardian
If you’ve ever owned an automobile toward the end of its life, the situation will be familiar. Source
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#10 Story of 2022: Twelve “Shocking” Discoveries for Evolution

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Some discoveries might be surprising from an evolutionary perspective, but not necessarily from a perspective of intelligent design. Source
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Synchronized Swimming in Siphonophores: A Design Worth Imitating

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It must be good if engineers want to copy it. Siphonophores are colonial animals that have mastered the sport of synchronized swimming. Source
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Twelve “Shocking” Discoveries for Evolution

AlphaFold, alternative genetic codes, biology, Brian Miller, convergent evolution, devolution, discoveries, DNA, Douglas Axe, ENCODE, encoding, Endogenous retroviruses, epigenetics, Evolution, Evolution News, frameshifting, genes, genetics, genomes, Intelligent Design, Junk DNA, Michael Behe, mutations, neutral evolution, Paul Nelson, predictions, protein folding, protein rarity, RNAs, Scott Minnich, supercoiling, topoisomerase
Some discoveries might be surprising from an evolutionary perspective, but not necessarily from a perspective of intelligent design. Source
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