Why Evolutionary Biologists Are “Fatigued” by Darwin

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Says Stephen Meyer, “The neo-Darwinian math is itself showing that the neo-Darwinian mechanism cannot build complex adaptations." Source
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Words for Wednesday! Disentangling ID from Creationism

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Yesterday on Stephen Meyer’s Facebook page we launched the new “Terminology Tuesday” feature, with a quick read about just what we mean by intelligent design. Source
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UFOs Replay History: Rogan, Keating, and “Things Seen in the Skies”

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Psychologist Carl Jung got interested in UFOs around 1946, shortly after the development of the atom bomb. Source
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Comparing Design Evidence in Physics Versus Biology — Is One Stronger than the Other?

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The multiverse is nakedly an attempt to save atheism from science. Darwinian theory is less nakedly so. Source
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Watch: “Cosmic Mind, Divine Action, and Design-Engaged Theology”

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“The event examined intelligent design and its implications for science-engaged theology. Collectively, it made the case for a God who cares." Source
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Stephen Meyer, James Tour: The Origin-of-Life Hustle

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Researchers perform experiments using specially purchased chemical ingredients and assure the credulous science media that this has something relevant to say. Source
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Joe Rogan, Stephen Meyer: Did Images from Webb Space Telescope Refute the Big Bang?

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Joe Rogan is the ideal interviewer for our colleague Stephen Meyer — thoughtful, skeptical, curious about absolutely EVERYTHING. Source
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Why Intelligent Design Best Explains the Fossil Record Data

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The fossil record is consistent with the engineering-based theory of bounded adaptation Source
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