Douglas Axe: On the 160th Anniversary of Darwin’s Origin, “Fear of Man,” the Cringe Factor, and More
I love how Dr. Axe, the Maxwell Professor of Molecular Biology at Biola, pulls no punches.
West: Louisiana Science Education Act Is Important as a “Stereotype Breaker”
It was a turning point in the effort to secure academic freedom for science teachers.
Listen: Wade Warren on 10th Anniversary of LSEA
The LSEA gave teachers freedom to teach about both the scientific strengths and weaknesses of evolutionary theory.
Study the Vision of George Gilder in a Seminar Setting, July 26-29 in Seattle
Countering “flat universe theory” is Gilder’s enterprise, and it captures much of what we do at Discovery Institute.
Recalling the First Eugenics Law, John West Reviews the Tragic History of a Pseudoscience
Indiana opened a door to similar legislation across the United States, culminating in the horrors of Nazi Germany.