A new study may suggest a growing awareness of the intelligent design movement among university students in Scotland.
The information story extends deeper than we realized.
The squabble between Darwin lobbyists who openly hate religion and those who only quietly disdain it grows ever more personal, bitter and pathetic.
New research published in Bio-Complexity calls into question some fundamental assumptions of neo-Darwinian theory and enzyme evolution.
Researchers trying to create a primate phylogenetic tree are finding it isn’t as easy as they’d hoped.
Pope Benedict’s forthright insistence that God is involved in creation is refreshing, but of course, it upsets those who are invested in the idea of theistic evolution.
Perhaps the mindset of Dawkins, Giberson, and Collins is setting us up to miss important biological functions of pseudogenes.
Who is Michael Dowd? He calls himself an evangelist. Not surprisingly, he can be found in churches preaching. But Dowd’s gospel is not one where sin is rebellion against God, but rejection of Darwin.
Rather than high tech teleo-mechanistic philosophy, ID draws on elements from both the Aristotelian and teleo-mechanist traditions, but doesn’t fit wholly in either camp. It is in many ways a tertium quid, a third possibility.
Because the editors of Synthese stood up for civilty, they are now facing the same punishment that the NCSE has been using on the ID movement for years: They are being blacklisted by the Darwin lobby.