On this episode of ID The Future CSC’s Robert Crowther highlights Darwin on Trial, by Philip E. Johnson. Darwin on Trial was responsible for alerting many among the public and in the scientific community to the deficiencies of Darwinism. Johnson, a UC Berkeley law professor and Program Advisor for Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture, applies his skills as an analyzer of evidence to ask if Darwin’s theory holds up to scrutiny.
On this episode of ID The Future CSC’s Robert Crowther examines whether intelligent design is an impediment to scientific progress, and says the answer is an emphatic no.Read More ›
On this episode of ID The Future the CSC’s Robert Crowther explores the growing number of claims that Darwinian evolution is the foundation of biology, the backbone of science, and the source for many new biodiscoveries. Are the assertions true? Is evolution the cornerstone of the biological sciences? Let’s find out.
On this episode of ID The Future, CSC’s Robert Crowther highlights one of the foundational books of the theory of intelligent design. No Free Lunch, the sequel to mathematician and CSC senior fellow William Dembski’s Cambridge University Press book The Design Inference, explores key questions about the origin of specified complexity. No Free Lunch demonstrates that design theory shows great promise of providing insight in the field of evolutionary computation
On this episode of ID The Future the CSC’s Robert Crowther looks at the different meanings of the word evolution and explains the importance of clearly defining evolution when discussing the subject.
On this episode of ID The Future CSC director of communications Robert Crowther discusses how to define intelligent design, and why so many mainstream definitions of the theory are incorrect.
On this episode of ID The Future we report on the demotion of a well-published evolutionary biologist critical of Darwinian evolution has been found to be religiously and politically motivated, according to a new government report.Read More ›
On this special extra of ID The Future, Robert Crowther reports on a new study showing a federal judge copied his ruling from the ACLU.
The key section of the widely-noted court decision on intelligent design issued a year ago on December 20 was copied nearly verbatim from a document written by ACLU lawyers, according to a study released today by scholars affiliated with the Discovery Institute.Read More ›
On this episode of ID The Future we report on the Ouachita Parish School District in Louisiana taking the moderate step of adopting a policy that specifically protects the rights of teachers to teach about evolution objectively. The policy, “Resolution on Teacher Academic Freedom to Teach Scientific Evidence Regarding Controversial Scientific Subject” states in part that “teachers shall be permitted to help students understand, analyze, critique and review in an objective manner the scientific strengths and weaknesses of existing scientific theories pertinent to the course being taught.”Read More ›
On this episode of ID The Future, the CSC’s Robert Crowther reports on the problems with peer-review and the obstacles the system presents to new and novel ideas in science. For more information visit Evolution News & Views.