Tag: Ann Gauger
On Human Origins, New Peer-Reviewed Paper Reviews Models for Reconciling Science and Religion
In the final section of the paper, I proposed a scoring system to rate the models.
Protein Evolution, the Waiting-Time Problem, and the Intriguing Possibility of Two First Parents
After being asked to evaluate the scientific case against Adam and Eve, Ann Gauger dove into population genetics.
God’s Grandeur: Ann Gauger on Beauty, Intelligibility, and Human Uniqueness
Dr. Gauger holds that Darwinism has no adequate explanation for natural beauty or the ability of human beings to appreciate beauty for its own sake.
God’s Grandeur: Ann Gauger on the Scientific Case for Intelligent Design
A biologist explains why it is indeed possible that the entire human race came from two original parents.
Grand Design: Biologist Ann Gauger Discusses the Catholic Case for ID
Gauger gives a summary of the book’, tells how she found her way into the intelligent design fold, and explains why Catholics should reject evolutionary theory.