Prehistoric creatures don’t come any more poignant than mammoths.
The science of intelligent design typically focuses on details, “steel-hard facts,” as Douglas Axe puts it.
How would you explain the evolution of a small set of genes that are expressed for but a few hours when we consist of only 8-16 cells?
Intelligent design can take ownership of the next level in the hierarchy of biological organization.
News from the University of Zurich is notable both for how underwhelming it is and for a “rare” admission.
This year, South Dakota has an opportunity to encourage more scientific inquiry in the classroom.
Tom Bethell tells of how his own skepticism about the logic of natural selection emerged, and describes an interview with Karl Popper.
Without calling it a series, I’ve written several articles recently that followed a logical path.
Many pastors, priests, and rabbis, have been captivated by the idea that they can have their cake and eat it too.
On ID the Future, CSC Senior Fellow Ann Gauger discusses a recent paper in the journal Cell.