Category: American Scientific Affiliation
|July 25, 2013||Posted by News under American Scientific Affiliation, Irreducible Complexity, News|
Calvin College prof presented his model at the recent ASA meet.
|August 29, 2012||Posted by Caroline Crocker under American Scientific Affiliation|
Reposted with permission from AITSE Report on the 2012 American Scientific Affiliation (ASA) Annual Meeting About a year ago AITSE and Uncommon Descent featured an article that, between it and the follow-on posts, attracted 3773 hits and 182 comments. Why this high level of interest? Simply because the article pointed out that some of what happened at the […]
|April 13, 2012||Posted by O'Leary under American Scientific Affiliation, Books of interest, Darwinism, Intelligent Design, News|
“entirely absent from Moran’s book, as are, for another example, many of the lead players in the Intelligent Design movement … “
|October 21, 2011||Posted by News under American Scientific Affiliation, Christian Darwinism, News|
When speakers at Christian groups who say that they are open to honest discussion demean those with whom they disagree, I object.
|October 14, 2011||Posted by Caroline Crocker under American Scientific Affiliation, Climate change, Creationism, Ethics, Evolution, Global Warming, Intelligent Design, Science, theistic evolution|
Our vision is to promote good science, based on impartial evaluation of evidence, not mere consensus.
|August 3, 2011||Posted by News under American Scientific Affiliation, Culture, Darwinism|
Take American Scientific Affiliation’s survey: Who knows, you could be a Christian atheist!
|June 6, 2010||Posted by O'Leary under American Scientific Affiliation|
One interesting result of the ASA survey noted below was the great division of the membership on Adam and Eve. There are small minorities offering every view from “Adam and Eve had no contemporaries, and were the biological ancestors of all humans, living in Mesopotamia around 10,000 years ago.” (5.8%) through to “There were no […]
|June 5, 2010||Posted by O'Leary under American Scientific Affiliation, Intelligent Design|
I remember seeing the cover of a book by Stephen Jay Gould, lamenting the decline of species of snails* somewhere, with the species illustrated. I couldn’t tell the difference between them for beans, and that’s quite different from not being able to tell the difference between a dog and a cat – though it is […]
|June 3, 2010||Posted by Robert Sheldon under American Scientific Affiliation, Expelled, Intelligent Design|
Thirty years ago, I matriculated from Wheaton College, a “fundamentalist” school 25 miles west of Chicago. Well, actually the faculty and student body never called it fundamentalist, that’s what the big TV station called us whenever they did their “local news specials”, and waited for the opening prayer at mandatory chapel to pan the audience […]