Stephen Meyer is one of the foremost scholars and ID proponents who have carried on the intellectual legacy of Charles Thaxton and his colleagues.
Evolutionary theory must account for millions of new genes by chance. Here are new ideas proposed for overcoming the huge probability barrier.
The audience will learn, in a fun, humorous, interactive, and age-appropriate way, what intelligent design encompasses and what it doesn’t.
How does life emerge from that which is not alive? That mystery has long exercised a peculiar fascination.
He credits reading Meyer’s book as the primary cause of his rejecting neo-Darwinian evolution, a “brilliant and beautiful scientific theory” now overtaken by science.