Category: Podcasts

Podcasts: Researchers address critics of their paper identifying problems for Darwinism

Insurmountable problems, actually, or as Mike Behe would call them, the Edge of Evolution. Ann Gauger writes to say, The final podcast discussing the implications of Doug’s and my paper is available now. I also address the points raised by critics. I recommend it for those who might have found the paper too technical. Here. […] more

Do We Need God To Do Science?

Premier Radio, one of the UK’s leading Christian radio stations, has been featuring several interviews/debates in recent weeks on matters related to ID, some of which have been flagged here and here. The most recent one bears the title of this post and was aired last weekend (6th Feb), in which I debated the question […] more

Podcasts in the intelligent design controversy

Listen to these, and don’t have a fight with someone on your cell phone while driving: 1. Moving the Goalpost: How Darwin’s Theory Survives It’s easy to win the game when you can move the goalpost. On this episode of ID the Future, biologist and Discovery Institute Senior Fellow Jonathan Wells explains how Darwinism, unlike […] more

Podcasts in the intelligent design controversy: Why is anyone surprised by this news?

Academic Freedom Update: California Science Center Engaged in Illegal Cover-Up This episode of ID the Future features an academic freedom update on the California Science Center’s cancellation last October of a screening of a pro-ID film, Darwin’s Dilemma, by a private group. How does a government agency try to evade its obligations to the First […] more

Recent podcasts in the intelligent design controversy

1. On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin examines a new peer-reviewed paper that demolishes a very common and very fallacious objection to intelligent design. That objection? “Aren’t there vast eons of time for evolution?” Go here to listen. For more information on this and other peer-reviewed papers relating to intelligent design, visit […] more

Podcasts in the intelligent design controversy

1. Scientocracy Rules Welcome to the Scientocracy, where unless you fully accede to the consensus view, then your opinion not only doesn’t matter, it might even be dangerous. On this episode of ID the Future Casey Luskin shows how a recent move to redefine scientific literacy from an understanding of science into wholesale capitulation to […] more

Podcasts in the intelligent design controversy

Bored by bickering relatives or co-workers over the holiday season? Check these out: 1. What makes Darwinism politically correct? This episode of ID the Future features Robert Crowther interviewing CSC senior fellow Dr. Jonathan Wells on his book, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Darwinism and Intelligent Design. Dr. Wells explains the peer-pressure involved with Darwin’s […] more

Podcasts in the intelligent design controversy, with brief comments

1. The Positive Case for Intelligent Design Listen here. What exactly is the positive argument for intelligent design? This episode of ID the Future is taken from a recent lecture on intelligent design given by Casey Luskin. Because of the way the media misrepresents the issue, even those who may be predisposed to support ID don’t […] more