What’s Wrong with Calling Intelligent Design “Anti-Evolution”?

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The term “anti-evolution” has been used for decades, over and over, by untold numbers of defenders of Darwin and critics of the theory of intelligent design. Source
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Futuristic Evolution by AI — The Darwin Connection

Artificial Intelligence, C.S. Lewis, Charles Darwin, computers, Darwinism, designers, Edinburgh Napier University, Emma Hart, Evolution, Fantasia, humans, ID The Future, Michael Behe, natural selection, oversight, Robert J. Marks, robots, Technology, That Hideous Strength, The Conversation, The Magician’s Twin, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Walter Bradley Center
To evolutionists, whatever oversight humans achieved must have evolved, and will continue to evolve in our creations. Source
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Vindicated But Not Cited: Paper in Nature Heredity Supports Michael Behe’s Devolution Hypothesis

adaptation, Andrew Murray, Current Biology, Darwin Devolves, Darwinian mechanism, devolution, Evolution, function, gene loss, genes, Intelligent Design, John Maynard Smith, loss-of-function mutations, Michael Behe, mutations, natural selection, Nature Heredity, phenotypes, The Quarterly Review of Biology
The literature is looking at the same data that intelligent design proponents are looking at, making similar observations, and asking similar questions. Source
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More Dispatches from the Science/Religion Classroom

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Students are adept at spotting the incongruities, double standards, and tendentious arguments that often accompany methodological naturalism. Source
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Darwinism and Critical Theory — The Connection

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"Strange that it may seem, Darwin plays a central role in this drama. Karl Marx himself credited Darwin with much of his basic insight into human history." Source
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Can Natural Reward Theory Save Natural Selection?

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An evolutionist dismantles natural selection, then tries to rescue it with his own theory. It won’t work. Source
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#5 Story of 2020: Coronavirus, Intelligent Design, and Evolution

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The measures being taken against the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic owe nothing to evolutionary theory. Source
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