ID the Future Podcasting on Intelligent Design and Evolution
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Scientific Method

Casey Luskin Reviews Three Views on Christianity and Science

On today’s ID the Future, host Tom Gilson and guest Casey Luskin discuss a new book Luskin recently reviewed at Evolution News, Three Views on Christianity and Science. Luskin, associate director of Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture, summarizes the three views covered in the book: the independence view presented by Michael Ruse, the dialogue view presented by Alister McGrath, and the constrained integration view presented by Bruce Gordon. Luskin critiques the first two and argues that the dialogue view, in practice, quickly devolves into a monologue where religion is supposed to sit down and shut up the moment there is a point of difference between religion and consensus science. He says this is doubly problematic because (a) scientists Read More ›

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Questioning the Answer: Neo-Darwinism and the Scientific Method

On this episode of ID the Future, hear about the issues that arise when purported scientific truths turn out to, in fact, not be reproducible — skirting an important requirement of the scientific method. What are the implications for neo-Darwinian theory, science education, and scientific research itself? Listen in.

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Interview with Dead Reckoning, Pt 1: Luskin answers the question, “What makes intelligent design scientific?”

On this episode of ID the Future, Dr. Brian Mattson of Dead Reckoning discusses intelligent design with Casey Luskin. Luskin answers the question, “Is intelligent design really science?” by analyzing the design argument for proteins, taking listeners through the observation, hypothesis, experiment and conclusion steps of the scientific method.

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