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Apologetics

Apologetics
By William A. Dembski   How a designer gets from thought to thing is, at least in broad strokes, straightforward: (1) A designer conceives a purpose. (2) To accomplish that purpose, the designer forms a plan. (3) To execute the plan, the...
Apologetics
Robert Kaita, Ph. D. Albert Einstein's writing helped changed the way we see the world. His papers included evidence for why everything is made up of atoms and an explanation of phenomena on that very small scale in terms of what...
Apologetics
By Ray Bohlin The Misuse of Artificial Selection   Most people assume that evolution allows almost unlimited biological change. Even so, a few simple observations show that there are indeed limits to biological change. Certainly...
Apologetics
by Jay W. Richards and Guillermo Gonzalez   A recurring theme of the 1994 book Pale Blue Dot , by the late astronomer Carl Sagan, is that we are insignificant in the cosmic scheme. In one memorable passage, Sagan pushes this point...
Apologetics
By Denyse O'Leary   I am a blogger. A special-purpose blogger actually, a Toronto-based journalist who covers the intelligent design controversy. In April 2005 I started the  Post-Darwinist  blog to catch some straws in the...
Apologetics
By Edward Sisson   Whenever a challenge to the truth of Darwinian evolution arises, the scientific establishment and its allies trot out the Scopes Money Trial. It is their position that if the scientific establishment has ratified a...
Apologetics
By Joe W. Francis Every living creature is made of amazingly small and complex units called cells. Cells viewed under the microscope do not appear to do much, yet they are full of microscale machines involved in tremendously complex...
Apologetics
By Richard Weikart In the late nineteenth century, a movement emerged among scientists and physicians that advocated the improvement of human heredity. Francis Galton, a respected British scientist who founded this movement, named this new...
Apologetics
By Angus Menuge   1. Agents.   Human beings habitually understand themselves as agents . An agent is an individual with reasons for its behavior. Agents have goals (things they desire), and produce behavior which they believe will...
Apologetics
By Robert J. Marks II   Evolutionary computing, modeled after Darwinian evolution, is a useful engineering tool. It can create unexpected, insightful and clever results. Consequently, an image is often painted of evolutionary computation...
Apologetics
by John Angus Campbell  Darwin faced a steep persuasive challenge in his masterwork the Origin of Species . As his notebooks (1837-1839) amply show, from the earliest stages of his theorizing Darwin thought long and hard about the...
Apologetics
by Bruce L. Gordon, Ph.D. Scientific practice assumes that the universe, in both its origin and function, is a closed system of undirected physical processes. While many scientists reject this assumption as the ultimate truth, they...