Tag: Dennis Venema
Dennis Venema’s Adam and the Genome: A Case Study in Cognitive Bias
In a previous article I described how scientific training can condition some scientists’ minds to resist the evidence in nature for intelligent design.
InterVarsity Press Stumbles with Sloppy Anti-ID Book by BioLogos Advisor Greg Cootsona
Can we be frank? Cootsona’s treatment of ID is pathetic. As “scholarship,” it’s embarrassing.
Adaptation in Action Yields a Repurposed Enzyme
“Nylon-eating bacteria? What the heck?” you say. “Why does this matter?”
Protein Folding and the Four Horsemen of the Axocalypse
A recent series of critiques, published by the online journal Sapientia, was aimed at Doug Axe’s book, Undeniable.
Join Us: Major Conference on Theistic Evolution, April 6-7 in Greater Philadelphia
Don’t miss a fascinating two-day discussion of human origins and the fossil record, human rights and human life, rebranded science and incoherent theology.