This brand of scientific ideology requires a “God of the gaps” — Eugene Koonin’s “present model” — to explain away mysteries like the origin of life.
Stephen Meyer opens his new book with a memorable anecdote about debating Krauss live while battling a fierce migraine.
Materialists argue that dualism of mind and brain is not possible because of causal closure — by which they mean that all physical effects have physical causes.
There were a couple of striking things about the debate, where Meyer was overcome early on by a migraine brought on by the bright lights.
Pat Flynn and Stephen Meyer also discuss the beginning of the universe, the multiverse, and specific scientific predictions that ID thinking has motivated.