ID the Future Podcasting on Intelligent Design and Evolution

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Coherence and Function: Laufmann on Glicksman’s Series, The Designed Body

On this episode of ID the Future from the vault, Tod Butterfield interviews Steve Laufmann on Dr. Howard Glicksman’s 81-part EN series, The Designed Body. Listen in as Laufmann reflects on coherence in the body, specifically displayed in fetal development, as well as the limits of natural selection.

Forty Parameters of The Designed Body: Laufmann Reflects on the Complexity of Life

On this episode of ID the Future from the vault, Tod Butterfield interviews Steve Laufmann on Dr. Howard Glicksman’s 81-part EN series, The Designed Body. Listen in as Laufmann reflects on the body’s fight against equilibrium, the Goldilocks principal, and more!

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A Look at Nathan Lents’ WSJ Piece on the “Botched” Human Body

On this episode of ID the Future, Steve Laufmann critiques a recent article by Dr. Nathan H. Lents, The Botch of the Human Body. The article purports to show that so-called “design errors” in the human body prove it wasn’t designed. Laufmann describes five ways Lents’ argument is a “bizarre blend of ignorance and arrogance.” For instance, Lents often ignores something basic to engineering–the necessity of design tradeoffs.

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Steve Laufmann: Is Intelligent Design Science?

On this episode of ID the Future, Steve Laufmann is on the show to discuss an article he published at Evolution News, in which he examines the heart of the debate of whether intelligent design is science. Laufmann discusses the application of demarcation criteria, as well as the role of worldview and bias.

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Coherence and Function: Laufmann on Glicksman’s Series, The Designed Body

On this episode of ID the Future, Tod Butterfield interviews Steve Laufmann on Dr. Howard Glicksman’s 81-part EN series, The Designed Body. Listen in as Laufmann reflects on coherence in the body, specifically displayed in fetal development, as well as the limits of natural selection.

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Forty Parameters of The Designed Body: Laufmann Reflects on the Complexity of Life

On this episode of ID the Future, Tod Butterfield interviews Steve Laufmann on Dr. Howard Glicksman’s 81-part EN series, The Designed Body. Listen in as Laufmann reflects on the body’s fight against equilibrium, the Goldilocks principal, and more!

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Steve Laufmann: Is Biology Engineering?

On this episode of ID the Future, Steve Laufman is on the show to discuss a recent article he published at Evolution News, in which he examines the heart of the debate of whether biology is engineering. Laufmann discusses systems engineering, the improbability of a system assembling by chance, and notes that “the value of the system as a whole is derived largely from the relationship of the parts.”

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Steve Laufmann: Is Intelligent Design Science?

On this episode of ID the Future, Steve Laufmann is on the show to discuss a recent article he published at Evolution News, in which he examines the heart of the debate of whether intelligent design is science. Laufmann discusses the application of demarcation criteria, as well as the role of worldview and bias.

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