Here’s a little piece I did for an online Christian news service about President Bush’s recent remarks supporting the teaching of ID: http://www.designinference.com/documents/2005.08.Commending_President_Bush.pdf.
Notre Dame ReSource: Evolution and Christianity By: Dennis Brown Date: July 18, 2005 A renowned philosopher from the University of Notre Dame supports recent comments by Cardinal Christoph SchÃƒÂ¶nborn that belief in evolution as accepted by some in science today may be incompatible with Christian beliefs.
Bush Remarks On ‘Intelligent Design’ Theory Fuel Debate By Peter Baker and Peter Slevin Washington Post Staff Writers Wednesday, August 3, 2005; A01 http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/08/02/AR2005080201686_pf.html
I’ll be on CNN today at 10:30am CST with Michael Shermer on Daryn Kagan’s program.
For Immediate Release Aug. 2, 2005 President Bush’s Support for Free Speech on Evolution and Intelligent Design Draws Praise from Discovery Institute
Below is what I wrote earlier. The appearance on Fox has been cancelled because of technical difficulties getting their truck to hook up with the satellite. CNN still appears to be a go. Steve Meyer will be appearing with Bill O’Reilly tonight [Meyer’s interview was cancelled. I expected all discussion of ID on the O’Reilly Read More…
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2005/08/02/politics/main713302.shtml (AP) President Bush said Monday he believes schools should discuss “intelligent design” alongside evolution when teaching students about the creation of life.
Krauthammer, thoughtful and critical in other areas, continues his reflexive acceptance of Darwinism and dismissal of ID: http://www.time.com/time/magazine/printout/0,8816,1088714,00.html
The essays in this anthology (translated into Spanish) are by ID proponents and sympathizers. The contributors include Bill Craig, Robin Collins, Richard Swinburne, John Polkinghorne, Ted Peters, and me: DIOS Y LAS COSMOLOGÃƒÂAS MODERNAS La Biblioteca de Autores Cristianos (BAC, 2005) ha publicado recientemente un libro de gran interÃƒÂ©s desde varios puntos de vista: cientÃƒÂfico, Read More…
Check out the following article in the July 28th, 2005 issue of Nature, which clearly indicates how improbability arguments can be used to eliminate randomness and infer design: “‘Fingerprinting’ documents and packaging: Unique surface imperfections serve as an easily identifiable feature in the fight against fraud.” I run through the logic here in the first Read More…
If the pop-culture is starting to understand the gross inadequacies of Neo-Darwinism to explain the origins and the diversity of life in this universe, perhaps a paradigm shift is closer than we think.
For an exchange on evo devo between Michael Ruse, Sean Carroll, and me at Science & Theology News, go here.
Here are two articles related to ID that may interest you: The evolution of George Gilder The author and tech-sector guru has a new cause to create controversy with: intelligent design Boston Globe article — go here. Phillip Johnson’s Assault Upon Faith-Based Darwinism A modern monkey trial isn’t what Phillip Johnson expected when he wrote Read More…