The new Illustra documentary brings to life the wonder of avian flight and the evidence for intelligent design.
Critics of intelligent design keep saying it isn’t science. Explain that to many scientists who routinely use ID principles in their work.
The New York Times used to be a serious newspaper. But its latest article on the science textbook adoption process reads more like a press release than an impartial news article.
Karl Marx had a high regard for Darwinian theory. Lenin, on his desk in the Kremlin, had a statuette of a monkey contemplating a human skull with "DARWIN" embossed on it.
Cognitive dissonance is inherent to materialism.
This infographic is a visual reworking of an excerpt from the Discovering Intelligent Design curriculum.
If it weren’t important, why would cells work so hard to translate it?
Contributors include some prominent names from both inside and outside the ID movement.
According to the New York Times, the NGSS will “combat widespread scientific ignorance” because they “take a firm stand that children must learn about evolution.”
Recently at ENV, Casey Luskin contributed a great (and disturbing) article about Ohio State evolutionary biologist Steve Rissing.