This episode of ID the Future features a clip from Discovery Senior Fellow, biologist Jonathan Wells, whose new book, The Myth of Junk DNA, is out now. Where did this idea of junk DNA come from? How did it become the dominant view of science? And what’s the problem with this argument? Listen in as he explains.
On this video episode of ID the Future, Jonathan Wells returns to one of the icons of Darwin’s theory documented in his book, Icons of Evolution: Archeopteryx. What do we make of the search for the ancestor of modern birds? Watch and find out.Read More ›
On this special video episode of ID the Future, Jonathan Wells revisits Darwin’s Tree of Life, one of the “icons of evolution” ten years after the publication of his now-classic book.Read More ›
This episode of ID the Future features biologist and Discovery Institute Senior Fellow Jonathan Wells, who explains why Darwin saw the Cambrian explosion as a serious argument against his theory. Darwin countered it by supposing that fossils of the ancestors of Cambrian animals once existed, but were destroyed.Read More ›
It’s easy to win the game when you can move the goalpost. On this episode of ID the Future, biologist and Discovery Institute Senior Fellow Jonathan Wells explains how Darwinism, unlike football, has only one rule: survival of the fittest. The fittest are those who survive, and Darwinists are determined to survive at all costs — even if it means moving the goalpost.Read More ›
What makes Darwinism politically correct? This episode of ID the Future features Robert Crowther interviewing CSC senior fellow Dr. Jonathan Wells on his book, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Darwinism and Intelligent Design. Dr. Wells explains the peer-pressure involved with Darwin’s theory and shares from his studies in 19th century Darwinian controversies and evolutionary development at Yale and UC Berkeley, respectively.Read More ›
On this episode of ID the Future Logan Gage interviews Dr. Jonathan Wells on his recent review of Francis Collins’ The Language of God, addressing questions of common ancestry, mistaken definitions of intelligent design, and Collins’ use of so-called “junk”-DNA to advance a “Darwin-of-the-gaps” argument.
In celebration of the 200th anniversary of Darwin’s birth we are featuring comments from two scientists and a medical doctor about Darwin, his legacy, and their own skepticism of his revolutionary theory.
On this episode of ID the Future, CSC senior fellow and biologist Jonathan Wells joins Casey Luskin to discuss the scientific revolution over intelligent design. Why are some scientists intolerant of new theories? Why do Darwinists refuse to admit any evidence that contradicts Darwin’s theory? Listen in as Wells explains why the clash over intelligent design is so sharp, and why he believes intelligent design will win in the end.