On this episode of ID the Future, Anika Smith interviews Casey Luskin about the controversy over science standards currently brewing in Texas. Why is a group of Darwinists up in arms about the experts selected to review the state’s science standards? Luskin exposes the truth behind the Darwinists’ claims and finds more than a little hypocrisy in their attacks on textbook authors Stephen Meyer and Ralph Seelke.Read More ›
In this episode of ID the Future, CSC’s Anika Smith interviews CSC Fellow Ray Bohlin. Ray Bohlin earned his Ph.D. in molecular and cell biology from the University of Texas at Dallas and is the current Presidents of Probe Ministries. During his academic studies Bohlin developed doubts about evolution that he then explored in his book, The Natural Limits to Biological Change written in 1984. Listen as he explains his skepticism of evolution and offers advice for emerging scientific doubters of Darwin.
On this Episode of ID the Future, Anika Smith reports on the CSC-supported, independent research facility, Biologic Institute. Headed by Dr. Douglas Axe, Biologic’s purpose is to scientifically put the claims of Neo-Darwinian evolution and intelligent design to the test in a laboratory setting. Work is already well under way, with Discovery Institute Fellows conducting biological studies to test each theory’s assumptions from an unapologetically ID frame of reference. This should prove to be a huge addition to the cause of intelligent design.
On this episode of ID The Future, Anika Smith reports on the nationwide movement in support of academic freedom with updates on legislation currently being considered in five U.S. states that will allow teachers room to teach the controversy surrounding evolutionary theory.Read More ›
On this episode of ID the Future, Anika Smith reports on Discovery Institute’s newly expanded summer seminars on intelligent design.Read More ›
On this episode of ID the Future, Anika Smith interviews CSC program officer Casey Luskin on the history of the National Academy of Sciences report, titled “Science, Evolution, and Creationism.” Luskin takes us back to the first two editions of this booklet, tracing the evolution of this document by the NAS’s design. For Luskin’s full response to the NAS, see “The Facts about Intelligent Design: A Response to the National Academy of Sciences’ Science, Evolution, and Creationism.”
On this episode of ID the Future, CSC policy analyst Anika Smith takes a critical look at the National Academy of Sciences report on evolution, published last week. The report, titled “Science, Evolution, and Creationism,” manages to celebrate evolution as an unassailable truth, completely misrepresent intelligent design, and rehash the same standard Darwinist arguments which have been refuted by critical scientists time and again.Read More ›
On this episode of ID the Future, CSC policy analyst Anika Smith looks at the story behind the Guillermo Gonzalez tenure case at Iowa State University.Read More ›
On this episode of ID The Future CSC’s Anika Smith interviews science writer Denyse O’Leary about her new book, The Spiritual Brain. In the book O’Leary and her co-author Mario Beaurogard, neuroscientist and Associate Professor at Université de Montréal, explore the question of whether or not the mind is an illusion as materialists believe, or is it more than that? For instance, The Spiritual Brain looks at whether religious experiences come from God, or are they merely the random firing of neurons in the brain? Drawing on his own research with Carmelite nuns, Beauregard shows that genuine, life-changing spiritual events can be documented. He and O’Leary offer compelling evidence that mind creates matter rather than matter creating mind.
Today on ID The Future, CSC’s Anika Smith sits down with journalist and blogger Denyse O’Leary to discuss the focus of her new book The Spiritual Brain. In this interview, O’Leary grapples with materialist arguments concerning the mind and spirituality. She also explains why materialism is a monistic philosophy and explores the effect this has on its line of reasoning.Read More ›