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Shadow of Oz: Wayne Rossiter on Theistic Evolution, Pt. 1

On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin interviews Wayne Rossiter, author of Shadow of Oz: Theistic Evolution and the Absent God. Rossiter shares about his conversion away from atheism in 2008, and the writing of his book on theistic evolution.

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Debating Darwin’s Doubt: Casey Luskin on BioLogos’ Responses

On this third episode of ID the Future, Sarah Chaffee interviews Casey Luskin, Research Coordinator at the Center for Science and Culture and contributor to the newly-released Debating Darwin’s Doubt. Luskin unpacks the book’s responses to BioLogos, exploring several key disagreements between ID proponents and theistic evolutionists over detection of design in nature and methodological naturalism.

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The Universe Next Door with Tom Woodward: Stephen Meyer Discusses his Debate with Karl Giberson

On this episode of ID the Future, hear a recent episode of The Universe Next Door in which Stephen Meyer reflects on a debate he had recently with physicist Karl Giberson, a theistic evolutionist and co-founder of the Biologos Foundation. Meyer discusses theistic evolution and whether or not Christians should embrace neo-Darwinism.

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Theistic Evolution Is Nearly as Problematic as Atheistic Darwinism

On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin discusses his recent article in Salvo Magazine, “Deity Added: Theistic Evolution Is Nearly as Problematic as Atheistic Darwinism,” which explains many scientific problems with the theistic evolution viewpoint. Listen in as Luskin explains what the evidence shows, and notes that “theistic evolutionists make precisely the same scientific arguments that secular, atheistic, Darwinian evolutionists make. Theistic evolutionists essentially baptize materialistic ideas by adding, ‘And by the way, God did it this way’ — although when pressed they’d admit that you can’t empirically detect God’s actions in any of it.”

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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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Stephen Meyer Debates Michael Dowd on the Michael Medved Show

On this episode of ID the Future, hear a recent debate between Dr. Stephen Meyer and Rev. Michael Dowd that took place on the Michael Medved Show. Rev. Dowd is an advocate of Evolution Theology, or “Religion 2.0” (read his personal creed), and author of Thank God for Evolution.

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Dr. Stephen Webb on Occasionalism and Intelligent Design

On this episode of ID the Future, listen in on Casey Luskin’s conversation with Dr. Stephen Webb as they discuss Dr. Webb’s recent debate on intelligent design with Stephen Meredith at First Things. Dr. Webb explains “occasionalism” and how it relates to the intelligent design debate, and also looks at other criticisms made by theistic evolutionists that actually conflict one another.

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Theistic Evolution Is Nearly as Problematic as Atheistic Darwinism

In this podcast, Casey Luskin discusses his recent article in Salvo Magazine, “Deity Added: Theistic Evolution Is Nearly as Problematic as Atheistic Darwinism,” which explains many scientific problems with the theistic evolution viewpoint. Listen in as Luskin explains what the evidence shows, and notes that “theistic evolutionists make precisely the same scientific arguments that secular, atheistic, Darwinian evolutionists make. Theistic evolutionists essentially baptize materialistic ideas by adding, ‘And by the way, God did it this way’ — although when pressed they’d admit that you can’t empirically detect God’s actions in any of it.”

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Evolution and the Problem of Evil

Can Darwin save God from the problem of evil? On this video episode of ID the Future, God and Evolution editor Jay Richards discusses the problem of evil and why Darwinian evolution does not resolve it, contrary to claims by some theistic evolutionists.

God and Evolution was just named World Magazine‘s “Book of the Year” for 2011.

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