Philip Clayton, a professor at the Claremont School of Theology, asked me to contribute an article to The Oxford Handbook of Religion and Science that he is editing. He asked me specifically to write on the topic “In Defense of Intelligent Design” for the section titled “Central Theoretical Debates in Religion and Science: Intelligent Design […]
TRIZ (a Russian acronym that is usually translated “theory of inventive problem solving” and is pronounced treez) was developed by Russian scientists and engineers trying to understand technological evolution. I’ve touched on TRIZ’s relevance to ID in a number of my writings (go here, for instance). Some useful sites for understanding TRIZ are the following:
Check out the following pps file here (keep clicking to view slide show). Thanks Dennis White!
There are now a number of initiatives nationally in which evolution is being challenged and ID promoted. What would happen if the courts rule against ID, declaring it religion? In the long term, this prospect is of little consequence because the momentum is now with ID and the inertia with evolution.
scientists of the highest caliber in the highest echelon starting to take seriously the possibility that evolution (i.e., chemical evolution/origin of life as well as macroevolution) are bankrupt and ID will soon be mainstreamed
ID, which thrives as the subversive instrument par excellence for exposing priestcraft dressed in a scientific lab coat
Check out the following webpage: http://www.weloennig.de/Nobelpreistraeger1a.html.
The 2006 Point Counterpoint Forum is scheduled for February 10-11, 2006, on “Debating Design” – whether the universe was created by intelligent design or by evolution. The dialogue will be between one of intelligent design’s leading thinkers, William Dembski, the newly named director of the Center for Science and Theology at the Southern Baptist Theological […]
Specification: The Pattern That Signifies Intelligence By William A. Dembski
The irony is that Shallit and Elsberry are making a name for themselves by parasitizing my work.
Dynamic genomes, morphological stasis and the origin of irreducible complexity Wolf-Ekkehard LÃƒÂ¶nnig Max-Planck-Institut for Plant Breeding Research, Carl-von-LinnÃƒÂ©-weg 10 50829 Cologne, Germany
Charlie Townes, Nobel laureate and the most recent winner of the Templeton Prize, has an interesting interview in which he leaves some room for ID (go here).
“By Design or by Chance?” wins two top honours June 20, 2005, Toronto At the Write! Canada convention awards night (June 17, 2004), By Design or by Chance?, an overview of the intelligent design controversy, won two Canadian Christian Writing Awards, one in the category of books on culture and the other in the category […]
Gary Novak (mushroom physiologist) says he has evolved yeast into morel mushrooms in the lab, mocks ID, and joins the fray (go here). What Novak has actually shown, so one of my close ID biologist colleagues informs me, is that when he tries to grow wild morel mushrooms on artificial nutrient media in laboratory Petri […]