Meyer: For the Scientific God Hypothesis, Next Year Will Be Pivotal

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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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Against the Tide: Oxford’s John Lennox Describes Kinship with C. S. Lewis

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"I owe him an immense amount because although he wasn’t a scientist, he understood science. He understood the implications and the philosophy of science." Source
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Why Something Instead of Nothing? November 19, Oxford’s John Lennox Goes “Against the Tide”

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Trumpeters for atheism are not being truthful when they say things like “Religion teaches us to be satisfied with not really understanding.” Source
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The Biology of the Second Reich

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From June 16-30, we are holding an Intelligent Design YouTube Festival by highlighting 15 Center for Science & Culture YouTube videos that have received more than 100,000 views each. Here is video #8, “The Biology of the Second Reich.” Darwinism isn’t just bad for science. It’s been bad for society. This award-winning documentary tells the little known story of Darwinism’s influence on Germany before World War I, including its role in the genocide against the Herero people in German Southwest Africa. A couple of years after its debut, YouTube suddenly restricted the video to older viewers (and rejected our appeal to lift the restriction) — so you will need to log-in to your YouTube account to view it. If you’d like us to create more videos like this one, please…
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