Was Richard Dawkins Right?

“Abort it and try again. It would be immoral to bring it into the world if you have the choice.” Richard Dawkins recently tweeted the above in response to a woman who wondered what she should do about her unborn child with Down syndrome. Of course that is an obscene statement and people all over the world responded. Here is how he summarized those arguments: I am being bombarded with pictures…

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

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, on-line at <>  His paper is a significant because it encourages all intelligent, educated, informed individuals to consider that intelligent design may be a…

Lewis and Aslan - Man or Rabbit?

Man or Rabbit? By C. S. Lewis

Orphan Genes: A Guide for the Perplexed

As readers will know who have followed the exchange between Martin Poenie, Doug Axe, and Jonathan M., most recently here but originating in critical comments by Dr. Poenie about Stephen Meyer’s argument Darwin’s Doubt, we have a dispute going on between scientists over how to interpret experiments about proteins. The dispute has to do with whether or not neo-Darwinian evolution, or any other form of…

Ann Gauger Interview

Click here to listen to the Podcast of Dr. Tom Woodward's interview with Dr. Ann Gauger, Senior Research Scientist at the Biologic Institute.

Is Islam correct? Is the Bible corrupted?

FOR MUSLIMS WHO SEEK TRUTH. Muslims by the thousands are seeking answers. Visit 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… References See for example, Corruption of the Torah, at I highly recommend The Case for Christ, by Lee Strobel, from…

Blaise Pascal

Nihilism and the End of Law

Nihilism and the End of Law By Phillip Johnson.

On the Origins of Life

For those who are studying aspects of the origin of life, the question no longer seems to be whether life could have originated by chemical processes involving non-biological components but, rather, what pathway might have been followed.  — National Academy of Sciences (1996) It is 1828, a year that encompassed the death of Shaka, the Zulu king, the passage in the United States of the Tariff of…

Survival of the Fakest

If you had asked me during my years studying science at Berkeley whether or not I believed what I read in my science textbooks, I would have responded much as any of my fellow students: puzzled that such a question would be asked in the first place. One might find tiny errors, of course, typos and misprints. And science is always discovering new things. But I believed — took it as a given — that my…