> Michael Behe
> William Dembski
> Guillermo Gonzalez
> Steve Meyer
> Paul Nelson
> Jay Richards
> Jonathan Wells
> Jonathan Witt

Send an email to us at:

> Signature of Controversy: New Book Responds to Stephen Meyer's Critics
> Stephen Meyer Has Even His Critics Agreeing: Intelligent Design Makes Sense
> Paul Nelson on the Future of Intelligent Design
> Fitness Costs and the Genetic Barriers to Evolution
> Testing Evolution in the Lab With Biologic Institute's Ann Gauger
> Michael Behe on Stereotypes and Acceptance of ID and the Big Bang
> New Research Shows Humans Closer to Neanderthals Than Chimpanzees
> The Case Against a Darwinian Origin of Protein Folds
> Is Darwinism a Science Stopper?
> ID The Future: Deceptive ACLU Definitions of Intelligent Design

Dotted Divider Line

« Matter and the Mind: Part Three With UK Darwin-Doubter James LeFanu | Main | Delving Into Science at Cambridge: Stephen C. Meyer and Signature in the Cell, Part 2 »

The Making of an ID Theorist: Stephen C. Meyer and the Origin of Life

play_button.gif Click here to listen.

This episode of ID the Future tells the story of how philosopher of science Stephen C. Meyer first began his quest for the origin of life. How did one of the architects of the intelligent design movement move from the oilfields of Texas to the study halls of Cambridge to pursue the mystery of where biological information originated? Listen in and find out.

The new book, Signature in the Cell, tells the rest of the story, the culmination of over 20 years of study and research on the origins of life.


TrackBack URL for this entry: