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Alan offers a simple question you can ask when discussing the topic of evolution. COMMENTS Read more posts
Does science offer an evidence-based creation story, unlike the biblical account? (February 26, 2013)
Alan responds to the claim that science offers an evidence-based creation story, whereas the biblical account is just based on a myth. Click here to download...
I answer this week's challenge in the video below.
It turns out that science is not the only tool to discover knowledge. Alan explains how these other ways can be more immediate and accurate. Click here to download...
Alan explains why intelligent design is not another God-of-the-gaps explanation, but rather a scientific theory that provides the best explanation of the evidence. Click here to download...
Some of my friends from the Discovery Institute will be teaching a one-day conference on intelligent design at the Rock Church in San Diego (Point Loma campus) on Saturday, September 15. Jay Richards, Casey Luskin, John West, Ray Bohlin, and others will b
Alan responds to an interesting defense for abortion. People argue that since a brain dead person is not alive, an unborn human embryo can’t be alive either because it doesn’t have a brain. Click here to download...
For those of you in Southern California, I’d encourage you to attend the premier of Metamorphosis, the new intelligent design video on the beauty and design of butterflies. Paul Nelson, from the Discovery Institute, will speak at the event.
People are stupid. They won’t accept evolution. Some still think plants and animals were designed and that God was somehow involved. But no worries – we’ve identified the problem. It turns out that evolutionists are using the wrong kinds of terms to describe how natural selection and mutation works. And these terms inadvertently imply design. Not only is this confusing to simple-minded lay folk like you and me, but apparently “it even leads scientists themselves astray sometimes…” Well, that needs to be changed!
It’s Darwin Day, a day when evolutionists celebrate “science and reason,” allegedly.