Intelligent Design and Its Critics

  • MISTAKE: Applied Evolutionary Epistemology

    By on November 27, 1998

    The Seven Laws of Unnerving Uncertainty (Spelling “Mistake”) 1. Multiplicity: I never do anything for just one reason and it never has just one effect. Life is like playing piano with oven mitts on. 2. Infinity: Anything that has a cause, has multiple causes extending back in time infinitely.  Anything that has an effect, has multiple effects extending forward in

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  • Open Letter to NABT, NCSE, and AAAS

    By on August 23, 1998

     Open letter to those signing an open letter to the National Association of Biology Teachers, to the National Center for Science Education, and to the American Association for the Advancement of the Sciences  Object: recent changes in the wording of the NABT’s definition of the word “evolution”  To whom it may be concerned,  It has come to our attention that

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  • The Pope Meets Darwin

    By on August 23, 1998

    In October of 1996, Pope John Paul II issued a statement on Darwinian evolution.

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  • Creation and Evolution

    By on January 17, 1998

     Berea College, where I teach a senior seminar entitled “Science and Faith,” is an independent liberal arts college, committed to “the cause of Christ” but non- sectarian and non-creedal. Probably 75% of the student body, who come from the mountain counties of Appalachian America, are conservative or fundamentalist Christians from Baptist, Pentecostal and Holiness traditions. Recently, a small but active

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