ID the Future Podcasting on Intelligent Design and Evolution

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Defending Critical Analysis in Cross-Examination: Dr. Stephen Meyer Answers Questions in Texas

This episode of ID the Future features Dr. Stephen Meyer responding to his critics during a questioning period before the Texas State Board of Education last month. Listen in as philosopher of science Meyer cuts through the rhetorical strategies in this debate and exposes the strengths and weaknesses of the Darwinist position, rebutting the misinformation about Discovery Institute’s education policy and laying out the legitimate scientific dissent from Darwin.

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Evolution Has Weaknesses: Dr. Meyer Testifies in Texas

This episode of ID the Future features CSC director Dr. Stephen Meyer’s opening remarks to the Texas State Board of Education, where he testified last week in favor of keeping critical analysis of evolution in the Texas science standards. Listen in as Dr. Meyer explains some of the problems with Darwin’s theory, including the Cambrian Explosion.

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Neo-Darwinism’s Homology Problem 

On this episode of ID The Future we feature a short clip about homology — the idea that there is structural identity and similarity of parts in distinct species such as the pentadactyl plan of the human hand, the wing of a bird, and the flipper of a seal. Scientists such as David Berlinski, Paul Nelson and Stephen Meyer argue that Neo-Darwinism explains some of the facts of homology but leaves many significant anomalies unexplained.

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Intelligent Design Goes to Vegas

This episode of ID the Future features remarks by Stephen Meyer at Freedomfest conference in Las Vegas. What do intelligent design, evolution, information and purple people eaters all have in common? Well, they all took front stage at Freedomfest in Las Vegas last week when ID proponents Stephen Meyer and George Gilder squared off against Darwinists Michael Shermer and Ronald Bailey in debating whether there is scientific evidence for intelligent design in nature. Listen in as Stephen Meyer shares his opening remarks for the crowd.

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PBS’ Think Tank Video Explaining Differences Between Intelligent Design and Creationism

On this episode of ID The Future we are highlighting a second short clip from PBS’ Think Tank with Ben Wattenberg that features CSC Director Dr. Stephen Meyer explaining the differences between intelligent design, evolution and creationism.

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Neo-Darwinism’s Homology Problem

On this episode of ID The Future we feature a short clip about homology — the idea that there is structural identity and similarity of parts in distinct species such as the pentadactyl plan of the human hand, the wing of a bird, and the flipper of a seal. Scientists such as David Berlinski, Paul Nelson and Stephen Meyer argue that Neo-Darwinism explains some of the facts of homology but leaves many significant anomalies unexplained.

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Debating Darwin and Design: What happens when open discussion is allowed

On this episode of ID The Future, we take a brief look at what happens when open discussion of intelligent design is allowed. With the controversy over allowing the debate heating up at SMU, ID The Future takes you back to last year’s fruitful debate between Darwin vs. Design conference speaker Dr. Stephen Meyer and University of Washington professor Peter Ward. Dr. Meyer explains how teaching the controversy and allowing discussion of intelligent design engages students and promotes better science.

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Dr. Stephen Meyer Discusses his Peer-Reviewed Science Article about Intelligent Design on PBS’ “Think Tank”

On this episode of ID The Future we are featuring a clip from PBS’ Think Tank with Ben Wattenberg. CSC Director Dr. Stephen Meyer appeared on the program and in this segment discusses the publication of his article “The Origin of Biological Information and the Higher Taxonomic Categories” in the peer-reviewed biology journal the Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, published out of the Smithsonian Institution.

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Signs of Intelligence: Making the Case for Intelligent Design

Dr. Stephen Meyer, director of Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Cutlure, and an originator of intelligent design theory made the case for weighing the theory about how we got here on its scientific merits in an article published earlier this year in the Dallas Morning News. This week you can hear the article read, or you can click here to read the article online.

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