ID the Future Intelligent Design, Evolution, and Science Podcast
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Are Science and Religion Incompatible? 

On this episode of ID The Future, Casey Luskin interviews CSC biologist Dr. Jonathan Wells about the intersection of science and religion, and the incompatibility of Darwinian evolution with religion. In his book, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Darwinism and Intelligent Design, Wells deals with Darwinism’s war on traditional Christianity. According to Wells there is no inherent conflict between science and religion, and there is no conflict between evolution and religion when evolution is defined as simple change over time. The conflict is between Darwinian evolution, the idea that the origin of all living things are descended from a common ancestor by unguided, undirected processes such as random mutation acting on natural selection. Wells explains how this idea does not Read More ›

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Textbooks Persist in Using Discredited Drawings as Evidence for Evolution

On this episode of ID The Future, CSC’s Robert Crowther interviews Dr. Jonathan Wells about the continued use of faked drawings as evidence for Darwinian evolution in textbooks in use in schools today.

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What is American Lysenkoism?

On this episode of ID The Future podcast, Casey Luskin interviews CSC senior fellow Jonathan Wells, who explains that Lysenkoism, where the core element is the use of government positions to deprive critics of their jobs, is alive in well in the American sciences today.

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How Data and Evidence for Intelligent Design is Bringing About a Scientific Revolution

On this episode of ID The Future, Casey Luskin interviews Dr. Jonathan Wells about paradigms, revolutions and Thomas Kuhn. Wells sees the beginnings of a scientific revolution, a paradigm shift coming with the rise of the scientific theory of intelligent design. With Kuhn’s work as a backdrop, Wells explains how the evidence for intelligent design, and the lack of evidence for Darwinian evolution is precipitating the coming shift in scientific thinking. For more information visit Discovery Institute’s Center for Science & Culture.

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Latest Hype Over Brain Evolution Gene Reveals How Underwhelming Evidence for Evolution Really Is

CSC Senior Fellow, biologist Jonathan Wells talks about dogmatic Darwinism and how underwhelming the evidence for the theory really is. According to Wells Darwinism is ideology masquerading as science. For more information, read Wells’ article “Survival of the Fakest.” And be sure to visit the Center for Science & Culture homepage.

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Politically Incorrect Guide to Darwinism and Intelligent Design: Interview with Jonathan Wells

Politically Incorrect Guide to Darwinism and Intelligent Design By Jonathan Wells Publisher: Regnery Publishing Senior Italian geneticist Giuseppe Sermonti has called Darwinism the “politically correct of science,” — that is, something that is held not because it is true but rather because of peer-pressure. Thus, Discovery Senior Fellow Jonathan Wells’ new book “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Darwinism and Intelligent Design” is aptly named because it ignores this peer-pressure to expose the weaknesses in the evidence for Darwinism with both humorous anecdotes and illuminating explanations of the most common sources of confusion.

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Defining Science: An Interview with Biologist Jonathan Wells

What is science? We ask biologist Dr. Jonathan Wells in this episode of IDTF. Dr. Wells researched and wrote a lengthy report on the definition of science used by every state in the country, which was published by Discovery Institute. Now, as critics attack the definition being used in the Kansas state science standards, Dr. Wells explains what science is, what a proper definition of science is, and why Kansas is now in-line with every other state in the nation. Click here to read more about the Kansas definition of science.