Author: Sarah Chaffee
On World Down Syndrome Day, Consider Human Exceptionalism
Evolutionary theory teaches the “survival of the fittest.” But caring for someone with Down Syndrome represents just the opposite way of thinking.
Specified Complexity Is All Around Us
A key idea in the theory of ID is specification, or matching a pattern. Specified, complex information is a hallmark of intelligent activity.
In South Dakota, More Groundless Alarm about Academic Freedom
South Dakota’s HB 1270, proposed this year, was a simple, straightforward academic freedom bill. Unfortunately, it did not pass.
Summer Seminars on Intelligent Design — Unique Opportunity for the Sincerely Curious Learner
Recently I spoke to a university senior who is a leader in a political club at her school. I wondered how things were going for the club.
Academic Freedom Resolutions — For Darwin Day, Another Valuable Option for Citizen Activists
You may already know about academic freedom bills — such as those passed in Louisiana in 2008 and Tennessee in 2012.