Tag: The Blind Watchmaker
Darwin’s Many Doubts
Did the admirably candid Charles Darwin himself really believe all that he wrote about evolution?
Dawkins Is Knocked “Sideways with Wonder” by Cell’s Design
Yes, he doesn’t call it “intelligent design,” of course, and I’m confident he would deny the cell is designed.
Darrel Falk Downplays the Ramifications of the 2016 Royal Society Meeting
The meeting exposed the reality, hidden from the public, that leading evolutionary theorists recognize that natural selection has no real creative power.
The Shadow of a Science Yet to Be Born
The paper by Tompa and Rose casts a shadow for us, and we need to trace its outline and derive the theory behind the shadow.
Summer Seminars on Intelligent Design Were a Turning Point for Me
We have connected alumni with scientists who are conducting key research related to the design debate. Other graduates have become professors themselves.