Tag: Paul Nelson
“No Designer Worth His Salt”? At the University of Chicago, Gregory Radick Critiques the Theology of Darwinism
It is more than a passing irony that the very book — the Origin of Species — widely supposed to have eliminated “the supernatural” from biology, in fact keeps theology and the supernatural alive by employing theological assumptions in its key arguments.
Jerry Coyne Hasn’t Understood a Word David Berlinski Said
David’s insults no doubt leave a mark. But an elegant one.
“Dazzling, Insightful” Metamorphosis Companion Book Takes Flight
Discovery Institute Press is excited to announce the launch of Metamorphosis: The Case for Intelligent Design in a Chrysalis, a free digital companion book to the gorgeous new film Metamorphosis from Illustra Media.
When Darwinism Goes Begging: Metamorphosis as “Evolution’s Freak Factory”
The theory is not mainstream, and has been ridiculed even by hardcore Darwinists. Its publication is a measure of how desperate and beggarly orthodox evolutionary theory is on the topic of metamorphosis in particular.