In addition to questions of science, debates over Darwinian theory raise a number of thorny philosophical, ethical, and theological issues.
Dr. Meyer reviews here some highlights of the past year, thanking our supporters for their crucial contributions to advancing the scientific argument for intelligent design.
Evolution needs to associate itself with something factual, whereas gravity has no such need.
Darwinian evolution is supposed to have done away with the need for purpose or will in driving the history of life. The words of Darwinists themselves tend to refute that idea.