Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig: An Intelligent Design Pioneer

angiosperms, Cambrian Explosion, carnivorous plants, Charles Darwin, convergence, creator, Darwinists, Diether Sperlich, Free University, genetics, Gestalt, Intelligent Design, Irreducible Complexity, Karl von Goebel, Köln, Life Sciences, logos, Marcel-Paul Schützenberger, Marcos Eberlin, Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research, Mexico, Michael Behe, mousetrap, Neo-Darwinism, paleontology, Second Law of Thermodynamics, Theo Eckhardt, United States, University of Bonn, Utricularia, Wilhelm Troll, Wistar Symposium, Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig, zoology
Darwinism sounds superficially plausible until one looks at real plants and animals with their irreducibly complex details. Source
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Joshua Swamidass and the Cancellation of Christian Colleges

atheists, blacklisting, Christian colleges, Christianity, computational biology, creation science, Darwinism, Darwinists, David Klinghoffer, Education, eugenics, evolutionary psychology, Joshua Swamidass, materialist neuroscience, multiverse theory, Nobel laureates, North Korea, Richard Feynman, SAT, scientific revolution, South Korea, Soviet Union, transgender pediatrics, United States, Wall Street Journal
The only way to truth in science is to permit and even encourage challenges to orthodoxy. Source
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Charles Darwin in Light of Black History Month

African Americans, Alfred Russel Wallace, Black History Month, Charles Darwin, Culture & Ethics, Darwinism, Darwinists, eugenics, Europeans, Evolution, Francis Galton, ID The Future, indigenous races, Intelligent Design, Jay Richards, Martin Luther King Jr., materialism, scientific racism, sterilization, theology, Victorian England
Was Darwin’s racism purely a function of his time and place, Victorian England? Historian Michael Flannery says no. Source
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Revealed: The Mystery Scientist Who Will Speak at Our Dallas Conference, February 20

Casey Luskin, Center for Science & Culture, Darwinists, Discovering Intelligent Design, Discovery Institute, doctorate, Evolution, foresight, fossil record, geologists, Human Origins, humans, Intelligent Design, Marcos Eberlin, Melissa Cain Travis, science and faith, Science and Human Origins, Stephen Meyer, Texas, universe, William Dembski
If you’re like me, you’re not good with patience — so I can finally deliver some relief. Source
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Frontiers of ID: Microscopic Ecologies

agriculture, Amish, asteroids, biology, Clean: The New Science of Skin and the Beauty of Doing Less, Cyanobacteria, Darwinists, ecosystems, Elizabeth Pennisi, fungi, Hayabusa-2, human health, Intelligent Design, James Hamblin, lichen, Mars, Medicine, Michael Eisenstein, microbes, microbiome, mites, Mt. St. Helens, Nature (journal), nematode, pathogens, protists, Ryugu, skin, soap, soil, springtails, tardigrades, Yale University
Public health lecturer James Hamblin at Yale decided to go without showers — for five years! Source
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The Myth of Behe “Refuted”

A Mousetrap for Darwin, Adam and Eve, atheists, biochemistry, biologists, chloroquine, City University of New York, Columbia University, Concordia University, critics, Darwin Devolves, Darwinists, Evangelical Christians, Evolution, evolutionists, friendship, Intelligent Design, Joshua Swamidass, Justin Brierley, Kitzmiller v. Dover, mutations, Nathan Lents, op-ed, refutation, Science (journal)
Once again, Darwinists seek to avoid an argument by using clever talk, giving the false impression of a scientist, Behe, who brushes away challenges. Source
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Look: On Thanksgiving, Be Grateful for the Intelligent Design of Your Eyes

animals, Cambrian Explosion, Cambrian News, camera eye, Center for Science & Culture, Charles Darwin, compound eyes, COVID-19, Darwinists, Discovery Institute, Evolution, evolutionists, eyes, fossil record, Intelligent Design, Jonathan Wells, lockdown, photon, Rachel Adams, Thanksgiving, trilobite, vertebrate eye, vision, Zombie Science
COVID restrictions may have put a damper on the traditional Thanksgiving celebration. But even lockdowns can't stop us from giving thanks. 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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