Tag: Denis Lamoureux
Using the Positive Case for Intelligent Design to Answer Common Objections to ID
As for the “God of the gaps” charge, the basic objection is that ID is an argument from ignorance, based upon what we don’t know.
Stephen Meyer Tells Hank Hanegraaff About a Providential Debate — and Much More
There were a couple of striking things about the debate, where Meyer was overcome early on by a migraine brought on by the bright lights.
Concluding Thoughts on “Gracious Dialogue” with BioLogos
What a peculiar thing to do. You invite someone for a “dialogue” and then, only once he’s left the building, do you start debating with him.
Nature Article Admits Unanswered Origin-of-Life Questions, Exposing Broken Promises of ID Critics
In 2016, physicist Lawrence Krauss promised, “We’re coming very close” to explaining the origin of life via chemical evolutionary models.
Examining Critiques of Theistic Evolution, a Year After the Volume’s Publication
Attacks by Christian theistic evolutionists have often followed the same patterns as those of their secular colleagues.