An Argument from C. S. Lewis for Intelligent Design
According to Lewis, “universal evolutionism” has schooled us to think complicated functional things naturally arise from cruder and less complicated things.
John West: C. S. Lewis and the “Human Fallibility of Science”
The spirt or psychology of the day gives us the science we wished for. This makes it highly fallible, and potentially dangerous.
Muslims Should Be Natural Allies of Intelligent Design
I have been invited to speak at many Islamic Centers throughout the United States and Canada over the last ten years.
Casey Luskin: Why Intelligent Design Is Worth Defending
Is intelligent design true? And is it worth expending the energy to defend it against powerful opposition?
Listen, or Watch: West and McLean on Science, C. S. Lewis’s Journey, and More
Actor Max McLean points out an insight from Lewis on the role of apologetic and other arguments in maintaining faith.