Alfred Russel Wallace’s Bicentennial Year: A Cause for Celebration and for Sadness

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All the hyperbole shows the fix is in — Wallace has been made safe for scientism and Darwinian reductionism. The academy can breathe easy. Source
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The Dawkins Test Returns an Answer: Intelligent Design

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Dr. Luskin details the various ways that the rapidly developing field of phylogenomics is uncovering data that powerfully fits the ID model of life’s history. 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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