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I, Charles Darwin, Episode 4: The Secret of the Cell

On this episode of ID the Future, hear another chapter from Nickell John Romjue’s fascinating book I, Charles Darwin. Follow along as Darwin learns about DNA and the other amazing discoveries of molecular biology that have occurred since he developed his theory.

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I, Charles Darwin, Episode 3: Beast to Beast

This episode of ID the Future features another chapter from Nickell John Romjue’s fascinating book I, Charles Darwin, in which Darwin is shocked to learn about the impact his theory has had on areas outside of science.

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I, Charles Darwin, Episode 1: London and the Galapagos

Over the next several weeks, ID the Future will be presenting an audio adaptation of Nickell John Romjue’s fascinating book, I, Charles Darwin.

What would happen if Charles Darwin were to come back today? What would he think about the science of the twenty-first century, and how might it change his views on evolution? In today’s introductory episode, Darwin finds himself returned from the grave and begins to explore modern London, followed by a return trip to the Galapagos Islands, where he is surprised by what he learns.

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Lincoln and Darwin: One Night Only

February 12th marks the birthdays of both Abraham Lincoln and Charles Darwin. On this episode of ID The Future, Professor Steven Fuller discusses his play Lincoln & Darwin: One Night Only, a unique look at the philosophies of both influential men and how the might respond to the issues of modern society.

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Doubting Darwin on His Anniversary

As On the Origin of Species hits its 150th anniversary tomorrow and we witness the height of focused media attention on Charles Darwin and his theory of evolution, why do so many remain unconvinced? On this episode of ID the Future, CSC Associate Director John West explains the good reasons people have for rejecting Darwinian evolution, based on both the scientific evidence and the way it purports to overthrow long-cherished ideas about human dignity, morality, and God.

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