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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On Ronald Reagan’s Birthday, Let’s Appreciate His Debt — and Ours — to Intelligent Design

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President Reagan wrung a startling spiritual concession from his Communist counterpart — with an argument for intelligent design. Source
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C. S. Lewis on Science Abuse: Join Eric Metaxas and John West for Socrates in the City, Feb. 8 in Seattle

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Lewis was a critic of the growing power of scientism, the effort to apply science to areas outside its bounds. His writing on this couldn't be timelier. Source
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C. S. Lewis’s Prophetic Legacy on Scientism

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As an illustration, John West discusses the COVID pandemic and how that recent public health crisis revealed much of what Lewis warns against. Source
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“Eugenicons”? Call Them What They Are — Social Darwinists

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It’s sad when once-useful words turn stale and disintegrate — like losing an old friend. Source
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Mind, Brain, Soul: What’s the Difference? Find Out at the 2023 Westminster Conference

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Sam Harris has said that “You can do what you decide to do — but you cannot decide what you will decide to do.” Source
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Joseph L. Graves as the “Black Darwin”? Think Again

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Darwin could never be considered the kind of anti-racist activist Graves makes him out to be. Source
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Two Nigerian Authors and Darwin’s African Legacy

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Missing from Chinua Achebe’s account is the role played by scientific racism in driving British imperialist policy in the country. 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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