Tag: bacterial flagellum
In Pope Benedict XVI, Science Had a Friend and Neo-Darwinism a Foe
That Benedict meant to implicate neo-Darwinism in its flight from evidence is not mere wishful thinking on the part of the design community.
Luskin on the Heart of Intelligent Design Theory
Dr. Luskin also responds to evolutionist attempts to explain the origin of exquisite molecular machines like the bacterial flagellum motor.
Michael Behe Answers More Reasonable Objections to Intelligent Design
Behe and Pat Flynn tackle critiques from Alvin Plantinga, Graham Oppy, Russell Doolittle, Kenneth Miller, and others.
Behe Answers Best Objections to Irreducible Complexity
Following the philosopher Alvin Plantinga, Pat Flynn says that some of the attacks on Behe have been hysterical, but some have been more thoughtful.
Rosenhouse’s Whoppers: Seeing Patterns in Biology Is Like Seeing Dragons in the Clouds
Since the flagellum gets so overused in the debate between ID and Darwinism, let’s change the system. Consider the leaf hopper.