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Michael Behe and Revolutionary Are Headed to Texas for Three October Events!

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The upcoming hour-long documentary Revolutionary: Michael Behe & The Mystery of Molecular Machines is headed to Texas in advance of next month’s release of the film on DVD and Blu-ray. Join us in the greater Houston and Dallas areas to preview the film and meet Dr. Behe, who will answer questions from the audience at each event.

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Revolutionary looks back twenty years to the publication of Behe’s Darwin’s Black Box — and ahead to the future of intelligent design. See below for links with event details including times and locations.

October 8, Greater Houston:

  • A screening co-sponsored by the Houston Chapter of the Center for Science & Culture, and hosted at Kingsland Baptist Church in Katy, TX. See here for more information about our Houston Chapter and future events.

October 9, Greater Dallas:

We premiered Revolutionary here in Seattle last month to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the CSC, launched by Stephen Meyer and John West in 1996 just ahead of the release of Dr. Behe’s revolutionary book. See the trailer now.

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We shouldn’t lose sight of how truly revolutionary the past two decades have been — with evolutionary theory now open to major scientific critiques, as November’s Royal Society meeting illustrates well, not merely the religious ones of the past.

For that, no one deserves more credit than Dr. Behe. He hopes, as we do, to see you in Texas soon!

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