Return of the God Hypothesis — BioLogos Hosts Stephen Meyer for a Podcast Discussion

BioLogos, biology, Christianity, cosmology, Darrel Falk, Darwinian evolution, Evangelical Christians, Faith & Science, geography, Intelligent Design, Jim Stump, physics, Podcast, Return of the God Hypothesis, sociology, Stephen Meyer, theistic evolution
If you ever wanted to know what an ID proponent would say to a proponent of theistic evolution, if put in a room for an hour or more, now you can find out. Source
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Did the Origin of Animals Require New Genes?

Andrew Baldwin, animal body plans, Bilateria, biological complexity, Cambrian Explosion, Cambrian News, Charles Marshall, Darwin's Doubt, eLife, Eumetazoa, Evolution, gene regulatory networks, genes, genetic information, homology groups, Hoover Institution, Hox genes, Intelligent Design, Larry Moran, Metazoa, multiverse, Nature Communications, neo-Darwinian theory, paleontology, Peter Robinson, Planulozoa, Return of the God Hypothesis, rewiring, Stanford University, Stephen Meyer, U.C. Berkeley, Uncommon Knowledge, University of Toronto
Materialists who purport to explain the origin of nature's complexity by smuggling in information unwittingly demonstrate the need for intelligent design. Source
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Listen: Sneak Preview of New Douglas Axe Intelligent Design Course

cleverness, Darwinian mechanism, Evolution, gene recruitment, genetic code, Intelligent Design, Journal of Molecular Biology, molecular biology, mutations, natural selection, paper airplanes, Podcast, population genetics, proteins, Twitter, video course
In the full course, Dr. Axe investigates proteins and how they work, the genetic code, gene recruitment, population genetics, natural selection, and much more. Source
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The Paradigm Project — Intelligent Design in a New Light

biological origins, biology, Christianity, cosmology, depression, DNA, documentaries, Douglas Axe, erosion, inspiration, Intelligent Design, isolation, Jonathan Wells, Kutter Callaway, lockdown, non-scientists, paradigm, Personal God, physics, Return of the God Hypothesis, scientists, scripture, Stephen Meyer, suicide rate, The Paradigm Project, theism, Tom Small
Douglas Axe urges scientists to admit there are things they don’t understand about life's origins, much as there are things in Scripture we can’t grasp. Source
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The Dessert Cart Paradox — A “Gaping Hole in Evolutionary Theory”

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There’s a problem with evolution by “natural selection” that’s indicated in the very words themselves, as biologist Doug Axe points out. Source
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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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Experiments on “Self-Replicating” RNA Indicate the Need for Intelligent Agency in Life’s Origin

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Any evolving system of RNAs would quickly include almost exclusively RNAs that performed no biologically useful actions. Source
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New Article Purports to Help Explain the Origin of the Genetic Code

Alexandra Kühnlein, binary code, Dieter Braun, DNA, early Earth, error threshold, Evolution, genetic code, intelligent agency, Intelligent Design, investigator intervention, James Tour, nucleotides, NUPACK, origin of life, protein enzymes, proteins, RNA, RNA world, Simon Lanzmich
Without all of the described investigator interventions, a system of replicating RNAs could never emerge or even sustain itself. Source
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