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How Culture Shapes Scientists' Thinking About God's Planet
Former Harvard astronomer Owen Gingerich challenges the notion that religion and science inhabit separate spheres.
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Will University Strip C. S. Lewis from Science Course?
(UPDATED) Ball State decides intelligent design must go, but professor may stay.
Subscriber Access Only No Adam, No Eve, No Gospel
The historical Adam debate won't be resolved tomorrow, so stay engaged.
Subscriber Access Only Adam, Where Are You?
It's time for a difficult, grace-filled family meeting.
Subscriber Access Only The Search for the Historical Adam
The center of the evolution debate has shifted from asking whether we came from earlier animals to whether we could have come from one man and one woman.
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Christ of the Klingons
A physicist and a philosopher envision God's design in the beautiful equations of string theory.
Subscriber Access Only Adamant on Adam
Resignation of prominent scholar Bruce Waltke underscores tension over evolution.
Subscriber Access Only Origins and the Scientific Community
Karl Giberson, Stephen C. Meyer, and Marcus Ross chart ways intelligent design can gain academic credibility.
Subscriber Access Only Boycotting Bloggingheads
Reaction to an Intelligent Design debate shows limit to public discussion.
Subscriber Access Only At Origins' Margins
Michael Behe wonders how much Darwinism can really explain.
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ID Tagged
Faculty member at Iowa State University denied tenure for supporting intelligent design.
Subscriber Access Only Living with the Darwin Fish
Why the discovery of yet another 'missing link' doesn't destroy my faith.
Subscriber Access Only Creation or Evolution? Yes!
Francis Collins issues a call to stand on the middle ground.
Subscriber Access Only IDing ID's Designer
Darwin's Nemesis shows why the debate isn't going away.
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