My wife Lucy and I just returned from Brazil, the world’s fifth largest and sixth most populous country.
Whether the context is Wikipedia or the academic scene on the Iberian Peninsula, the scientific “consensus” on ID is maintained by shutting down debate and silencing scholarship.
Some ideas are just too risky to discuss in a university setting, and intelligent design is near the top of the list.
The writer, among other errors, tries to associate the theory of intelligent design with Turkey’s recent action in banishing evolution from its public schools.
All this in just four days? Amazingly, yes. It will be a packed event, and you are invited to join new friends and leading figures in the international ID movement.