There were 16 different talks, ranging from the history of science and faith to more technical topics like systems biology and design triangulation.
The announced title was something like “Big Evolution and Little Evolution: The History of the Difference.”
Thomas Kuhn argued from the history of science that reigning scientific paradigms do not give way gently and rationally before new and conflicting evidence.
Earlier this month, Michael Flannery and John West discussed the legacy of Alfred Russel Wallace (1823-1913) on the occasion of his birthday.
Says our colleague Professor Flannery, “I have little doubt that if Wallace were alive today he would be an ID theorist of the first order.”