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Intelligent Design the Future: September 2010 Archives

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September 22, 2010

An Atheist Discusses the Scientific Merits of Intelligent Design

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On this episode of ID the Future, atheist philosopher Bradley Monton defends intelligent design as science, discussing methodological naturalism and the evidential force of ID with Casey Luskin. Listen in as Professor Monton shares how ID-critic Robert Pennock tried to intimidate him (and click here for more of that story).

Bradley J. Monton, Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Colorado, Boulder, is the author of Seeking God in Science: An Atheist Defends Intelligent Design (Broadview Press, 2009).

September 13, 2010

Is Intelligent Design "Creationism in a Cheap Lab Coat"?

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This episode of ID the Future features an excerpt from a radio interview Casey Luskin did with Sound Rezn's Alex McFarland, where callers questioned Mr. Luskin on what scientific work was being done on intelligent design.

September 8, 2010

Irreducible Complexity Explained

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This episode of ID the Future features an excerpt from a radio interview Casey Luskin did with Sound Rezn's Alex McFarland, explaining what irreducible complexity really entails.

September 1, 2010

How Supporters of Evolution Encourage Violations of the Establishment Clause

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On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin examines the double standard advocated by the evolution lobby in public schools. "Either a viewpoint is religious and unconstitutional to advocate as correct or critique as false in public schools, or it's scientific and fair game for both advocacy and critique in public schools," says Luskin.

What does this mean for evolution and intelligent design, and what does the case law say? Tune in to find out.

This podcast is excerpted from a law review article published in Liberty University Law Review. The article, "Zeal for Darwin's House Consumes Them: How Supporters of Evolution Encourage Violations of the Establishment Clause," is available here.