Michael Behe, Stephen Meyer, John Lennox: The Evidence for Design Is Growing

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In a conversation in Fiesole, Italy, three leading thinkers explore the growing problems with modern evolutionary theory and the increasing evidence for design. Source
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Did the Origin of Animals Require New Genes?

Andrew Baldwin, animal body plans, Bilateria, biological complexity, Cambrian Explosion, Cambrian News, Charles Marshall, Darwin's Doubt, eLife, Eumetazoa, Evolution, gene regulatory networks, genes, genetic information, homology groups, Hoover Institution, Hox genes, Intelligent Design, Larry Moran, Metazoa, multiverse, Nature Communications, neo-Darwinian theory, paleontology, Peter Robinson, Planulozoa, Return of the God Hypothesis, rewiring, Stanford University, Stephen Meyer, U.C. Berkeley, Uncommon Knowledge, University of Toronto
Materialists who purport to explain the origin of nature's complexity by smuggling in information unwittingly demonstrate the need for intelligent design. Source
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An Artist Examines Evolution

Albert Einstein, artists, Asa Gray, Atheism, Charles Darwin, Chris Augusta, Christianity, Creativity, Darwinism, David Berlinski, David Gelernter, Eric Metaxas, Evolution, evolutionary theory, Hannah Arendt, Hoover Institution, Intelligent Design, Jonah Goldberg, Jordan Peterson, materialists, Merion West, Michael Flannery, multiverse, Percy Shelley, Peter Robinson, Stephen Meyer, string theory, The Autobiography of Charles Darwin, The Return of the God Hypothesis, William Graham
Merion West is an online news source that dubs itself “a journal where all perspectives are welcome.” They tout the fact that they have been rated by Media Bias/Fact Check as a “Least Biased” source.  Generally, their articles seem to have deeper analysis than you will find in much of the mainstream media. For example, recent headlines include, “The Fraught Relationship Between Religion and Epidemiology,” “The Critics of ‘Social Justice,’ from Jonah Goldberg to Jordan Peterson,” and “Hannah Arendt’s Concept of ‘Impotent Bigness.’” They regularly interview newsmakers, and authors often include professors in relevant fields and others well qualified to comment.  Left, Center, or Right Articles are explicitly labeled by viewpoint: left, center, or right. This makes for interesting reading. To date, I haven’t seen much about evolution and intelligent…
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Original, Incisive, Brilliant: Victor Davis Hanson on Berlinski’s Human Nature

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I’ve already had my say on David Berlinski’s new book, Human Nature. Now come the celebrity endorsements! I mean the endorsements from celebrity intellectuals. For the courage and clarity of his own writing, Victor Davis Hanson is a hero to me. Here’s what he has to say about Berlinski: Polymath David Berlinski’s appraisal of a transcendent human nature is really a military history, a discourse on physics and mathematics, a review of philosophy and linguistics, and a brilliant indictment of scientific groupthink by an unapologetic intellectual dissident. Read it and learn something original and incisive on every page. Yes, true. Hanson is a Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, and the author of The Second World Wars and other books. More to come. Photo: David Berlinski on Uncommon…
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