Not one of these myriad galaxies would exist without fantastically precise cosmological fine-tuning.
Dr. Hedin, a responsible scientist and fine teacher, does not deserve this re-hashing of false accusations.
Discovery Institute Senior Fellow Jonathan Witt weighs in on the current Texas science standards streamlining process.
An Oxford philosopher argues that in evolutionary developmental biology, the idea of essence isn’t necessarily a contradiction.
Texas is in the process of streamlining its science standards, which means that Darwinists are ringing alarm bells.
David Moshman helps explain the threat to academic freedom that we see in the study of evolution and intelligent design.
Michael Zimmerman is concerned about saddling Texas students with “political baggage.” I am too.
It’s common to hear evolution presented as a nearly impregnable theory.
The truth — that our incredibly diverse universe poses a profound mystery — is far more awesome than some sterile, packaged talking points.
It is by defining the limitations of science that we spur its advancement.