Tag: Dennis Venema
Richard Lenski’s Long-Term Evolution Experiments with E. coli and the Origin of New Biological Information (Updated)
Dennis Venema’s argument collapses into this: “if Darwinian evolution can do anything, then ID is wrong.” But this is not how we test ID, for ID readily allows that natural selection and random mutation can effect some changes in populations.
At Southern Methodist University, Metamorphosis Gets a Respectful Reception
The questioners included one young gentleman, maybe 10 or 12 years old, who asked how butterflies kept breathing in the chrysalis stage.
The False Dichotomy Between Intelligent Design and Natural Causes
ID isn’t precommitted to answers about how God must have acted, and leaves open the possibility that sometimes God doesn’t use “natural” causes.
National Center for Science Education Defends Its Association with James Fetzer, Peddler of Anti-Semitic Conspiracy Theories
The nation’s top Darwin-lobbying organization needs to clarify its position on associating with a creep like Fetzer. When will they do so?
Strange Bedfellows at the National Center for Science Education
To link your name with a guy like James Fetzer in a public fashion, as NCSE’s Glenn Branch did, practically invites us to a closer inspection of Fetzer’s credentials.