Tag: Meyer’s Responses
Dawkins’s Dilemma: Misrepresent the Mechanism … or Face the Math
I was flattered to learn that Dawkins felt it necessary to come to the aid of his friend Lawrence Krauss in Krauss’s dispute with me.
As Richard Dawkins Takes on Stephen Meyer, Other Scientists Join the Melee over “Random” Evolution
The ripples from the evening in Toronto are shaping up in all kinds of interesting and unexpected ways.
How Not to Debate — Lawrence Krauss in Toronto
When someone opens what should be a scholarly debate with name-calling, innuendo, and accusations of dishonesty, it’s hard to respect that person.
Man Plans, God Laughs: Thoughts on Meyer v. Krauss v. Lamoureux
Last night’s debate in Toronto on “What’s Behind It All? God, Science, and the Universe” went a little differently than planned.
In a Three-Way Radio Debate, Stephen Meyer Takes on a Chemist and a Biologist
So it was two against one, but no worries. Kudos to the pair from the University of Texas at El Paso for a civil, informative discussion.