Tag: Charles Thaxton
Intelligent Design’s Founding Father
Emily Nordhagen Sandico describes the origins of Thaxton’s book, which had such an influence on Stephen Meyer, William Dembski, Phillip Johnson, and others.
Still a Mystery: Charles Thaxton on Life’s Origin
It was the epilogue that proved controversial. There the three authors reviewed five proposed explanations for life’s origins.
From Intelligent Cause to Intelligent Design: My Debt to Charles Thaxton
It is my privilege and honor to recommend this fascinating autobiography — which is also perhaps the least I can do to repay a friend and mentor.
Zombie Science: Miller-Urey Experiment Is Back from the Dead, Barely
Scientifically speaking, the Miller experiment was a non-starter. Then when the atmosphere they used was called into question, the icon was doubly dead.
NYU Scientists Confuse Artificial Selection with Darwinism
It should be obvious: if you are controlling the mutations and selecting the outcomes, you are not doing Darwinism.