On this episode of ID The Future we have Dennis Wagner, executive director of the Access Research Network. Dennis discusses the launch of ARN’s new website on intelligent design and the arts, www.idarts.org. Dennis explains how artists such as Jody Sjogren reflect the greater design of the universe in their work. IDarts includes examples from literature, poetry, music, theater, film and painting to explore this exciting new movement.
On this episode of ID The Future we hear again from Joey Campana, founder of ResearchID.org, as he responds to the claim that intelligent design is a “science stopper.” With example after example, Campana shows how ID stimulates further scientific research, opening up new areas for eager scientists to explore, unencumbered by the restraints of Darwinian fundamentalism. Campana cites the current research as proof that intelligent design is anything but a hazard to science.Read More ›
On this episode of ID The Future we’re highlighting a short clip of senior fellow Dr. Guillermo Gonzalez at the 2006 Intelligent Design Under Fire conference where he discusses the hypothesis he and co-author Jay Richards laid out in their book The Privileged Planet, which is that The conditions for life in the universe correlate or overlap with the conditions you need to make scientific discoveries.Read More ›
On this episode of ID The Future we present a short clip of senior fellow Dr. Michael Behe at the 2006 Intelligent Design Under Fire conference where he talks about the acceptance of intelligent design based on misinformation and stereotypes as promoted by the media. He contrasts the current status of intelligent design with that of Big Bang theory in the beginning of the 20th century, when many scientists refused to accept Big Bang theory because they didn’t like the philosophical implications.Read More ›
On this episode of ID The Future CSC’s Anika Smith reports that a new celebration has arrived, one complete with its own symbols, carols, and talismans, and one its organizers hope will “unite a global community.” What is this celebration of science and humanity? Why, Darwin Day, of course.
On this episode of ID The Future we take a look at how the birthday of Charles Darwin has become a full-fledged holiday for secular humanists, celebrated on Feb. 12. Now for a full week humanists the world over will celebrate the birth of their saint, Charles Darwin. Celebrations come complete with Darwin carols celebrating atheism and sung to Christmas carol tunes; edible trees of life; Darwin look-a-like contests; and lots more revelry. Discovery Institute is honoring Darwin with a short vidcast of their popular ID The Future podcast titled “Darwin Day and the Deification of Charles Darwin.” It features CSC senior fellows Dr. John West and Dr. Jonathan Wells discussing the historical importance of Darwinism and its impact on modern science and society.
On this episode of ID The Future we expose just one of the many falsehoods in Flock of Dodos, and report a grudging admission from the filmmaker that his film is wrong.
In the film, storyteller Randy Olson tries his best to discredit intelligent design, but he only ends up discrediting himself by showing how far he is willing to stretch the truth to hoax his audience.Read More ›
On this episode of ID The Future we’re highlighting a short clip of senior fellow Dr. Paul Nelson describing his meeting with the late, famous defender of Darwinism, Stephen J. Gould, and whether or not the Panda’s Thumb is just obviously proof of evolution.
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 Casey Luskin talks to Dr. Thomas Woodward, author of Darwin Strikes Back, about a recent debate on Darwinism and Intelligent Design at La Sapienza University in Rome, Italy.