Biologic Institute Director Douglas Axe gives us his take on Oxford University’s search for a mathemagician to support the claims of Darwin and Dawkins with, you know, actual math.
Dembski’s point is that books like these sell ideas — and that’s actually a good thing, as long as the authors practice truth in advertising:
A new study may suggest a growing awareness of the intelligent design movement among university students in Scotland.
Pope Benedict’s forthright insistence that God is involved in creation is refreshing, but of course, it upsets those who are invested in the idea of theistic evolution.
As the deadline approaches for the CSC summer seminars on intelligent design, one question remains: Are you ready for your training?