Intelligent Design

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Check out Salvo, a lively Christian popular science and culture magazine that deserves a zillion more subscribers and will reward you handsomely for your support.

Go here for a free excerpt from my book By Design or by Chance?, for example.

Hard pill as it is for me to swallow, the other columnists are all probably better than me, so be sure to just get lost in the site.  Sassy, yes. Crude, no.

And remember to feed the kitty.

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The Privileged Planet
An excerpt from Guillermo Gonzalez and Jay W. Richards’ groundbreaking book on the ways in which our place in the cosmos is designed for discovery
by Guillermo Gonzalez and Jay W. Richards
Science and the Church
What it means to question Darwinism
by Herbert London


Full Contact
My dream dialogue with Ellie Arroway
by Regis Nicoll
By Design or By Chance?
An excerpt from Denyse O’Leary’s comprehensive book on the theories surrounding the origin of life by Denyse O’Leary
The New Religion of Computer Consciousness
Transhumanists are working on their own cyber-immortalized Tower of Babel
by Leslie Sillars

“Protection” from What?

Abstinence, Fertiility, and sex Education by Kate Bluett

Marriage Ain’t What It Used to Be
. . . Or is it? by Mike D’Virgilio
Everybody’s Doing It
Planned Parenthood’s Teenwire and its encouragement of adolescent sexual behavior
by Dawn Eden
Sex Boom Bah
Cheerleading gone wild
by Herbert I. London
In Praise of Free Love
by Sam Torode

The Devil Made Me Do It
Freedom, responsibility, and the media by Thomas M. Sipos
Holiday Wars
Twas the season for discrimination by Thomas M. Sipos

A Doctor in Spite of Himself
A review of Fox’s new television series House by Mike D’Virgilio

Housewives Not Desperate
Sexist show calls Hollywood’s progressive bluff by Adam Groza
None Too Revealing
An interview with David Seltzer, the writer behind the confusing—and confused—NBC television series Revelation by Bobby Maddex

 (And if you’re shocked by all this, either acknowledge that you would be happier in a society where Big Brother makes all the decisions for you, so you never see anything that tends toward non-materialism, or grow up.)

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