Watchdog Group Calls Professor Dave “Anti-Semite of the Week”; Plus an Appeal to the New Atheists

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Does this have anything to do with intelligent design and the evolution debate? Yes, two things. Source
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James Tour Focused on Science, Dave Farina on Character Assassination: So, Who Wins?

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Professor Dave’s attacks undercut his credibility as a spokesman for his own view. If he had the truth on his side, there’s no reason he would behave this way. Source
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Keating, Krauss, Tour: Three Jewish Scientists with Remarkably Different Perspectives

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Here is a fascinating and very different pair of scientific, religious, and philosophical conversations, both with UC San Diego physicist Brian Keating. Source
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How Darwin and Wallace Split over the Human Mind

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Marvelously free of racist prejudice, Wallace noted in his fieldwork in far-flung locations that primitive tribes were intellectually the equals of Europeans. Source
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The Return to the God Paradigm

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The year 2021 witnessed the publication of three similarly but not identically themed books which all oppose the current evolutionary paradigm. Source
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Meyer: No Escape from a Mind Behind the Universe

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Cosmologists of an atheist disposition have been seeking an escape hatch from the implications of the Big Bang. Source
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Jordan Peterson Discovers the God Hypothesis

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It’s refreshing to see such intellectual humility from a figure with Peterson’s status. But not all his followers were thrilled. Source
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Jordan Peterson Springs the Trap of Scientism

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There’s a gaping God-shaped hole in both Krauss and Peterson’s particular ways of spinning all this. Source
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Jordan Peterson, Lawrence Krauss, and the God Hypothesis

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Stephen Meyer opens his new book with a memorable anecdote about debating Krauss live while battling a fierce migraine. Source
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