Intelligent Design
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Knowledge and delight

Voices | Visiting a museum and thanking God that we exist
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 7/26/17, 05:15 pm

Those who founded the Houston Museum of Natural Science (HMNS) in 1909 did so with the desire to “enhance in individuals the knowledge and delight in natural science and related subjects.” They succeeded.

Late in July my almost-4 granddaughter and I delighted in big HMNS dinosaur skeletons. If HMNS had a scary exhibit about evil Man making things hotter and killing oceans, as some museums do, I missed it. The only bad parts were the signs explaining some of the exhibits—and even they were delightful, in a “Just So” story way.

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Finding the answer to life’s big question

Science | Both scientists and nonscientists alike should faithfully seek the truth about our origin
by Douglas Axe
Posted 7/22/17, 08:50 am

Douglas Axe’s subtitle to Undeniable offers a shocking suggestion: How Biology Confirms Our Intuition That Life Is Designed.

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Darwinism isn’t the only game in town

Science | A shift in biological thinking could poke even more holes in this theory in crisis
by Michael Denton
Posted 7/15/17, 10:00 am

When Michael Denton in 1985 wrote Evolution: A Theory in Crisis, he was a lonely Ph.D. holder in biochemistry crying out in the wilderness. Now, just about everyone who doesn’t have a monetary or professional stake in defending Darwinism is seeing the theory’s ability to explain small changes but its incompetence in explaining macroevolution—and the adaptive transitional forms Charles Darwin predicted we’d find are still absent without leave.

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