Emily Reeves: The Systems Biology Revolution
A biochemist and metabolic nutritionist explains why the systems biology revolution is intelligent-design friendly.
Is the Human Ankle Badly Designed?
Stuart Burgess, one of Britain’s top engineers, explains how the skeletal joints in the human body are masterpieces of intelligent design.
Debate Over Design in the Early Church Is Eerily Current
The early Christians debated the Greco-Roman materialists but also the religious Gnostics of their day.
Event Report: Design and the Designer
There were 16 different talks, ranging from the history of science and faith to more technical topics like systems biology and design triangulation.
Where Science and Faith Meet: Westminster Conference, April 3-4, in Philadelphia
Parents and educators might feel it’s the safest way to take shelter from claims by scientists and other academics that are thought to engender cynicism and to undermine faith.