On this episode of ID The Future, Casey Luskin discusses a paper by Northern Arizona University philosopher Peter Kosso that challenges the typical definition of theory used by the Darwin lobby. When attacking opponents, Darwin lobbyists, such as those in the National Academy of Sciences, have defined “theory” as necessarily requiring a vast body of evidence. But is that what “theory” really means? Some people even describe Darwinian evolution to be both theory and fact. Tune in as Luskin clarifies these terms and reveals methods we can use to challenge Darwinian evolution without getting caught up in an endless argument of semantics.Read More ›
On this episode of ID the Future, Anika Smith interviews Joshua Youngkin about the academic freedom bill that passed in the Tennessee House. Why does a bill that actually encourages more teaching on evolution threaten Darwin-lobbyists? Tune in to find out, and stay tuned to Evolution News & Views as we track the bill in the TN legislature.
On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin examines the double standard advocated by the evolution lobby in public schools. “Either a viewpoint is religious and unconstitutional to advocate as correct or critique as false in public schools, or it’s scientific and fair game for both advocacy and critique in public schools,” says Luskin.Read More ›