No. 2 Story of 2023: Intelligent Design Passes the Dawkins Test

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After it passed his challenge, will atheist evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins now embrace the theory of intelligent design? Source
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Does the Scientific Evidence Support Evolutionary Models of Human Origins?

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The fossil record shows a break between the australopithecines, supposedly directly ancestral to our genus, and the first humanlike members of the genus. Source
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Intelligent Design Passes the Dawkins Test

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After it passed his challenge, will atheist evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins now embrace the theory of intelligent design? Source
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Lessons Not Learned from the Evangelical Debate over Adam and Eve

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To his credit, William Lane Craig is among those evangelicals who have been willing to question arguments against Adam and Eve. Source
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Traditional or Not? Assessing William Lane Craig’s Model on Adam and Eve

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I’m having trouble making sense of exactly what his model holds. And it seems I’m not alone. Source
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