ID the Future Podcasting on Intelligent Design and Evolution
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Students

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Stephen Meyer’s Advice to Science Students

On this episode of ID the Future, Stephen Meyer, director of Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture and author of Darwin’s Doubt, gives advice to students and recent graduates interested in intelligent design. He encourages students to recognize how pervasive philosophical naturalism is in the academy; master the material; do good work; and stand firm. When should you keep your head down, letting discretion be the better part of valor, and when should you speak out, publicly supporting the case for intelligent design? Meyer also offers advice about this. 

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Dr. David Snoke, pt. 2

On this episode of ID the Future, hear more from physics professor Dr. David Snoke. Dr. Snoke gives a brief review of Stephen Meyer’s Darwin’s Doubt, offers advice to students who are open to intelligent design theory and pursuing a career in the sciences, and also discusses the ID-friendly views that he frequently comes across in the physics community.

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Back to School Tips for 2013

On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin offers tips for when diversity doesn’t extend into the biology classroom. Casey suggests never opting out of learning evolution — in fact, both students and parents should learn as much as they can in order to be proactively informed about a variety of scientific viewpoints. A great way to learn about credible perspectives other than Darwinism is to look at the newly released multimedia curriculum Discovering ID, which is designed for educational use by home schools and private schools.

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Mr. President: Protect Academic Freedom and Advance Science Education

On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin discusses the two major problems of U.S. science education: first, that students are not adequately taught critical thinking skills; and second, that insufficient numbers of students are inspired to pursue careers in science. Tune in as Casey explains how allowing teachers to address both the scientific evidence for and against Darwinian evolution in the classroom would advance science education and improve the scientific competency of our students.

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Evidence for Intelligent Design

On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin responds to emails from students who want to know the scientific evidence for intelligent design.

What do we really mean when we say that evolution is a scientific theory? Is there a positive case to be made for ID? Listen in and find out.

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