ID the Future Podcasting on Intelligent Design and Evolution

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The Universe Next Door with Tom Woodward: Featuring Michael Behe

On this episode of ID the Future from the vault, Michael Behe is on The Universe Next Door with Tom Woodward to discuss his work that that presents a challenge to neo-Darwinian evolution, including his books Darwin’s Black Box and The Edge of Evolution. Behe explains his “irreducible complexity” concept, and also gives an overview of research by Richard Lenski that shows that random mutation is “like a bull in a china shop.”

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The “Big Bang” for Birds

This special reposted episode of ID the Future features Tom Woodward and The Universe Next Door to explore the mysterious origin of birds. A series of papers published in the journal Science presents evidence of the abrupt appearance of major bird groups. Listen in as to learn how these findings support the theory of intelligent design.

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Revolutionary: John West on The Universe Next Door

On this episode of ID the Future, Tom Woodward interviews CSC Senior Fellow John G. West on the radio show, The Universe Next Door. They discuss Michael Behe’s two decades of influence through Darwin’s Black Box, published in 1996, and the recent film detailing his story.

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Darwin’s Doubt Author Stephen Meyer Responds to Charles Marshall

On this episode of ID the Future, Stephen Meyer continues to discuss Darwin’s Doubt with Tom Woodward on The Universe Next Door. Meyer addresses paleontologist Charles Marshall’s critical review of Darwin’s Doubt, and why natural selection acting on random mutations can’t account for a huge infusion of new information in the Cambrian explosion.

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The Universe Next Door: Responding to Criticisms of Darwin’s Doubt

On this episode of ID the Future, Stephen Meyer is on The Universe Next Door talking with host Tom Woodward about criticisms of his most recent book, Darwin’s Doubt — now in paperback with a new epilogue in which Dr. Meyer responds to his critics. Meyer responds to a question-begging criticism of his thesis based on cladistics, and to another criticism that misrepresents his argument. Listen in!

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Revolutionary: John West on The Universe Next Door

On this episode of ID the Future, Tom Woodward interviews CSC Senior Fellow John G. West on the radio show, The Universe Next Door. They discuss Michael Behe’s two decades of influence through Darwin’s Black Box, published in 1996, and the recent film detailing his story.

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The Universe Next Door with Tom Woodward: Featuring John West on C. S. Lewis & Science

On this episode of ID the Future, hear a past episode of The Universe Next Door in which Tom Woodward talks to CSC Associate Director John West about the themes of his book The Magician’s Twin: C.S. Lewis on Science, Scientism, and Society. If C.S. Lewis were around today, would he be a supporter of intelligent design or theistic evolution? Dr. West discusses what Lewis has to say about science, evolution, and the dangers of scientism.

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The Universe Next Door with Tom Woodward: Featuring Casey Luskin

On this episode of ID the Future, hear an episode of Tom Woodward’s radio show The Universe Next Door, which features CSC Research Coordinator Casey Luskin. Luskin explains the mystery of the Cambrian explosion, gives examples of human designs that copy designs in nature, and gives 5 major problems with current theories about the chemical origin of life.

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The Universe Next Door with Tom Woodward: Michael Flannery on Alfred Russel Wallace

On this episode of ID the Future, hear a talk between Professor Michael Flannery and Dr. Tom Woodward on the radio program The Universe Next Door on one of the most important, and often overlooked, figures in the history of evolutionary theory: Alfred Russel Wallace. In the late 19th century, the theory of evolution was usually referred to as ‘the Darwin and Wallace theory,’ but today, Wallace’s views are best seen as a precursor to the modern intelligent design theory. Listen in as Prof. Flannery tells Wallace’s story.