Tag: Stephen Meyer
Stephen Meyer: Has the West Forgotten God?
Meyer revisits Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s Templeton Prize speech from May 10, 1983. He argues that Solzhenitsyn’s indictment is more timely than ever.
Exposing Professor Dave’s Playground Tactics and Citation Bluffing Blitz
It’s true that sometimes it can be hard to tell that serious problems remain unsolved until you drill down into the scientific details.
FAQ: The Cambrian Explosion Is Real, and It Is a Problem for Evolution
An email correspondent who is friendly to intelligent design (ID) recently wrote us asking how to respond to common objections to ID arguments about the Cambrian explosion.
40 Years Ago: Solzhenitsyn’s Prophetic Warning — and Meyer’s Counterpoint of Hope
Citing Dostoevsky, Solzhenitsyn stressed the need to be intellectually prepared to meet the challenge of atheism. That preparation requires a choice.
Listen: Stephen Meyer Takes on All Challenges
We’ve been sharing some of our favorite recent interviews with the author. In our final entry, enjoy 30 minutes of Dr. Meyer in fine form.