Atheist Christopher Hitchens: Best Evidence for Intelligent Design?

Atheism, atheists, Big Bang, Christopher Hitchens, cosmic fine-tuning, Denyse O'Leary, fanaticism, Günter Bechly, Intelligent Design, physical existence, Physics, Earth & Space, religion, Return of the God Hypothesis, Richard Dawkins, Stephen Meyer, universe
Following Denyse O’Leary, I referred earlier to the curious but, on reflection, not surprising messy nature of the “magic” numbers that rule our universe. Source
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The Heavens Declare: Looking Forward to 2021

ancient literature, beauty, binoculars, biology, Caldwell 78, cosmology, Creation, Evolution News, heavens, Hubble Space Telescope, Intelligent Design, NASA, NGC 6541, orderliness, Physics, Earth & Space, Psalm 31, Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, Return of the God Hypothesis, skies, stars, Stephen Meyer, telescopes
As to evidence for intelligent design, my impression has long been that the ancients gave more weight to the stars than to their own bodies. Source
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Meyer: For the Scientific God Hypothesis, Next Year Will Be Pivotal

Bronx, censorship, Center for Science & Culture, churches, Darwin’s Three Big Ideas that Impacted Humanity, essential businesses, Evolution News, faith, Faith & Science, ID 3.0 research project, ID The Future, John West, Long Story Short, Matthew Hennessey, media, providence, Return of the God Hypothesis, science, Science Uprising, Secularism, Stephen Meyer, Summer Seminars, synagogues, Wall Street Journal, worship
Conceding that churches and synagogues aren’t “essential businesses” was a devastating admission for many professional religious leaders to make. Source
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Is Fine-Tuning “More Extreme” in Biology or Cosmology?

biology, career destruction, censors, censorship, Chemistry, cosmology, creator, Darwinists, Douglas Axe, fine-tuning, Intelligent Design, John Stonestreet, Journal of Theoretical Biology, Michael Denton, molecular machines, Ola Hössjer, physics, Physics, Earth & Space, rebuttal, reputation, Return of the God Hypothesis, specified complexity, Steinar Thorvaldsen, Stephen Meyer, The Miracle of the Cell, water, William Dembski
As authors Thorvaldsen and Hössjer say, “Biology is inherently more complicated than the large-scale universe and so fine-tuning is even more a feature.” Source
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Design Filter Is Best Bet for Finding Liars

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Not all intelligent design is benevolent. Design can deceive. Can ID techniques filter the true from the false? Source
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A Darwinist Recognizes (Some of) the Stakes in the Intelligent Design Debate

Alex Rosenberg, Areo, Atheism, Darwinism, divine image, equality, eugenics, Evolution, evolution debate, Extended Evolutionary Synthesis, human dignity, Human Zoos, Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, Intelligent Design, Jamie Milton Freestone, John West, Michael Behe, neo-Nazis, neo-Nazism, nihilism, non-overlapping magisteria, pseudoscientific racism, Racism, religion, Return of the God Hypothesis, Richard Dawkins, scientific racism, skin color, Stephen Jay Gould, Stephen Meyer, University of Queensland, vitalism
I would be curious to hear how Darwinists like Dr. Freestone reconcile their evolutionism not just with religion but with their commitment to human equality. Source
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Despite Darwinists’ Cancel Culture, Intelligent Design Has a Breakthrough in Biology Journal

A Mousetrap for Darwin, agriculture, Ann Gauger, biology, cancel culture, censorship, Center for Science & Culture, CiteScore, creator, Darwinists, disclaimer, Discovery Institute, discrimination, Douglas Axe, Foresight (book), free speech, Günter Bechly, Intelligent Design, Journal of Theoretical Biology, Marcos Eberlin, mathematical statistics, Michael Behe, Michael Denton, Nobel laureates, Ola Hössjer, peer-review, Return of the God Hypothesis, Robert J. Marks, Steinar Thorvaldsen, Stephen Meyer, Stockholm University, The Fitness of Nature for Mankind
The article survived peer-review and was accepted for publication despite the open hostility of the journal’s top editors! Source
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