Articles

Johnson's Berkeley Faculty Symposium: Memo of Recollections

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Phillip Johnson wrote a lengthy research thesis on the creation/evolution issue while on sabbatical in England during the 1987-88 school year. When he returned to Berkeley, he asked for an opportunity to present his paper to his faculty colleagues. This is his dictated recollection of what happened in that momentous meeting. The paper, after a three-year revision process, became the book Darwin on Trial.

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Prominent Atheist Professor of Law and Philosophy Thomas Nagel Calls Intelligent Design Scientific and Constitutional to "Mention" in Science Classes

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Prof. Thomas Nagel has published an important essay entitled, "Public Education and Intelligent Design", in the Wiley InterScience Journal Philosophy & Public Affairs, Vol. 36, issue 2. His paper is a significant because it encourages all intelligent, educated, informed individuals to consider that intelligent design may be a valid scientific approach to understanding how DNA and the complex chemical systems of life came to attain their present form. Prof. Nagel's article is well worth the price. He is a self-declared atheist who earned his PhD. in philosophy at Harvard, has been a professor at U.C. Berkeley, Princeton, and for the last 28 years at New York University, and has published ten books and more than 60 articles.

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Is Islam correct? Is the Bible corrupted?

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

FOR MUSLIMS WHO SEEK TRUTH. Muslims by the thousands are seeking answers. Visit www.IsaalMasih.net and learn about Hazrat Isa, dreams and visions of the “Man in White,” the holy message of the Al-Kitab, evidence from archaeology, science, and more…

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Ann Gauger Interview

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Dr. Tom Woodward interviews Dr. Ann Gauger, Senior Research Scientist at the Biologic Institute.

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Nihilism and the End of Law

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Perhaps his most powerful piece ever written; it slices to the core of our current ethical crisis: the loss of moral absolutes. Johnson will introduce you to a late professor of law at Yale, Arthur Leff, whose brilliant analysis of the "Grand Sez Who" problem is unforgettable.

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