What Dr. Swamidass has going for him is primarily a quirk of semantics.
Here’s how to join us for the second annual Intelligent Design Action Network Meeting, here in Seattle, October 6-7.
There are several reasons that some theists remain reluctant to dispute the Darwinian account of life’s origins — and man’s origins.
There’s no substitute for interacting with experts directly, or networking with and learning from fellow activists.
The supposed sudden emergence of the enzyme nylonase has been a chief talking point for the power of evolution for many years.
This is the fourth installment of my ongoing conversation with theistic evolutionist Hans Vodder about my book Undeniable.
We have no trouble rattling off any number of “conditions” that are relevant to the process of boiling alphabet soup.
Random and undirected processes are clearly and obviously incapable of inventing new living things.
Suppose I were to place a small diamond just below the surface of the sand in the Sahara Desert, and you were to set out to find it.
The idea here is that, in different species, the same damaging mutation can be found in the same pseudogenes.