Marcos Eberlin is coming to town next week — to Seattle, that is. He will be speaking Tuesday evening, May 7, from 7:30 to 8:45 at the Woodland Park Zoo. He’s also coming to California, Texas, and Colorado. It’s a book tour and I suggest that you make every effort to take the opportunity of meeting and learning from him. Dr. Eberlin is the newest star in the world of intelligent design. And he’s just out with a new book, Foresight: How the Chemistry of Life Reveals Planning and Purpose, that captured three huge endorsements from Nobel Prize-winning scientists.
He’s not only an internationally renowned chemist but as biologist Jonathan Wells captured well in his sketch of a trip to Brazil for the launch of Discovery Institute’s branch at Mackenzie Presbyterian University there, he’s also a charming and sparkling personality. See, “Intelligent Design Is Flourishing in Brazil.”
Pick the date and place that’s most convenient for you: Marcos will speak in Seattle on Tuesday, May 7, at the Woodland Park Zoo, at 7:30 pm. Find more information here. He’ll be in Irvine, California on May 2, Dallas, Texas on May 5, and Littleton, Colorado on May 6.
Be sure to check out the book’s page at the Discovery Institute store for the awesome endorsements, headed by but hardly limited to Nobel laureates John B. Gurdon, Gerhard Ertl, and Brian Josephson. See here for the Table of Contents and an excerpt! For my own comments on Foresight, see here.