Tag: Dennis Venema
Responding to Venema’s Response to Meyer’s Response to Venema’s Response to Meyer’s Signature in the Cell: The Last in a Series (We Promise!)
Dennis Venema has once again failed to rebut Signature in the Cell.
Of Molecules and (Straw) Men: Stephen Meyer Responds to Dennis Venema’s Review of Signature in the Cell
While my book presents intelligent design as an alternative to chemical evolutionary theory, Venema critiques it as if it had presented a critique of neo-Darwinism — i.e., biological evolutionary theory.
Wheel of Fortune: New Work by Thornton’s Group Supports Time-Symmetric Dollo’s Law
Let us count the ways in which “fortune” favored the evolution of the modern protein.
Critically Analyzing the Argument from Human/Chimpanzee Genetic Similarity
The problem of making premature claims that we don’t know are correct plagues Dennis Venema’s discussion of human and chimp genetic variation.
Confusing Evidence for Common Ancestry with Evidence for Random Mutation and Natural Selection
The debate over evolution and intelligent design can be confusing because some keys terms in the discussion are ambiguous.