World Magazine has an excellent report on the David Coppedge story with new insights into his background — and new reason to do something about the discrimination he’s suffered.
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With David Coppedge’s case being just the latest, there is a long line of Darwin doubters who have been discriminated against. David Klinghoffer has a published a piece at NRO’s The Corner,
Darwinism is a prime example of the kind of rigid thinking — the id�e fixe or fixed idea — that bedevils seemingly unrelated fields having to do with diet, therapy, advice, and self-help, with results that are sometimes comic, sometimes more unfortunate than that.
In this clip, Dr. Stephen Meyer, author of Signature In The Cell, discusses the proposal of some theistic evolutionists that all of God’s design of the world must have been “front-loaded” at the beginning of the universe.