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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Dallas Conference on Science & Faith: In Person or Livestream

attendees, CDC, COVID-19, Dallas Conference on Science & Faith, Denton Bible Church, Department of State Health Services, Events, Faith & Science, fossil record, Human Origins, Intelligent Design, Marcos Eberlin, Melissa Cain Travis, Stephen Meyer, Texas, tickets, volunteers, William Dembski
Those who choose to join in person will find that we are taking every reasonable precaution to protect our attendees, volunteers, and staff. 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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Missing the Point: Codes Are Not Products of Physics

"survival of the fittest", alanine, amino acids, Charles Thaxton, code, codons, Darwinian evolution, DNA, double helix, Energy Code, Escherichia coli, Evolution, genetic code, Horst H. Klump, information, Intelligent Design, Jens Völker, Kenneth J. Breslauer, Masayori Inouye, materialists, mind, Molecular Darwinism, natural selection, PNAS, probability, proteins, Quarterly Review of Biophysics, Roger Olsen, Rutgers University, Second Law of Thermodynamics, serine, Signature in the Cell, Stephen Meyer, The Mystery of Life’s Origin, thermodynamics, Walter Bradley
Elaborate schemes to explain the origin of the genetic code from the laws of physics and chemistry miss the whole point about codes. Source
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Sorry, Origin-of-Life Researchers, But Bubbles Are Not Cells

Aleksandr Oparin, Alexander Marras, Ann Gauger, Argonne National Laboratory, bubbles, Charles Thaxton, Chemistry, coacervates, Darwinian theory, Dean Matthew Tirrell, Elena dos Santos, Encyclopedia Britannica, Evolution, Frankenstein, Geppetto, Illustra Media, Intelligent Design, Marxists, Nature (journal), Nature Communications, origin of life, Penn State, Pinocchio, replication, RNA, RNA world, Sam Sholtis, Sidney Fox, Signature in the Cell, Stephen Meyer, The Mystery of Life’s Origin, University of Basel, University of Chicago
Oparin is back. Some origin-of-life researchers are using his coacervate theory without giving him credit or realizing they are retreading dead-end ideas. Source
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A Contest More Consequential than a U.S. Election? Yes! John Lennox Explains

Against the Tide, Atheism, Communism, documentary, Eastern Europe, election, Evolution, Faith & Science, ID The Future, Intelligent Design, John Lennox, Kevin Sorbo, Oxford University, Podcast, rationality, Stephen Meyer, United States, Worldview
Lennox tells about discovering the damage an atheist worldview does. He saw it firsthand in Communist Eastern Europe, and he saw what it does to rationality. Source
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Against the Tide: John Lennox on the New Atheism

C.S. Lewis, Cambridge University, Christianity, debates, Discovery Institute, documentary, Faith & Science, family, ID The Future, John Lennox, mathematicians, New Atheism, Northern Ireland, Oxford University, Peter Atkins, Podcast, Richard Dawkins, scientific atheism, Sold Out, Stephen Meyer, theaters, tickets
The movie will be in theaters for three nights only in November, and will feature a conversation between Dr. Lennox and Stephen Meyer following the screening. Source
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