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Ruse Interview in Dallas Daily News

Michael Ruse: Darwinist talks with Points about ID and evolution in the classroom 03:36 PM CST on Sunday, January 29, 2006 Do you think there is anything at all to the intelligent design argument from irreducible complexity? No. I think it’s “creationism lite” tarted up to look like science to get around the constitutional separation Read More…

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[Tangentially Related:] Augustine and Origen in relation to YEC

Jonathan Sarfati has a piece at Answers in Genesis titled “ID theorist blunders on Bible: Reply to Dr William Dembski.” In it he remarks (quoting me): Misrepresenting the Church Fathers Dr William Dembski [WD]: “Let me concede that young earth creationism was largely the position of the church from the Church Fathers through the Reformers.” Read More…

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Surprisingly high degree of organization of prokaryotic genomes

“This high degree of organization of prokaryotic [organisms that lack nuclei] genomes is a complete surprise, and this finding carried many implications that biologists might not have considered before,” said Bernhard Palsson, a professor of bioengineering at UCSD’s Jacobs School of Engineering and adjunct professor of medicine and co-author of the analysis. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2006/01/060130154134.htm Ask yourself Read More…

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GWU Prof weighs in on ID

Viewpoint: Two Notions of Intelligence in Design By Lloyd Eby World Peace Herald Contributor Published: January 30, 2006 Source: http://www.wpherald.com/storyview.php?StoryID=20060130-090253-1504r WASHINGTON — Some critics of intelligent design (ID) ask, “How can the designer of biological species be intelligent, given that so many species have come into existence and then disappeared. How can an intelligent designer Read More…

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Steve Fuller: Designer Trouble

Steve Fuller: Designer Trouble Darwinism has had it all its own way for too long, Warwick’s controversial sociologist tells Zoe Corbyn The Guardian, Tuesday January 31, 2006 http://education.guardian.co.uk/higher/profile/story/0,,1698284,00.html In 1981, in a courtroom in Little Rock, Arkansas, Michael Ruse testified that “creation science”, the faith-based explanation of life’s beginnings, was not science at all. “In Read More…