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Application Period Is Open for Discovery Institute Summer Seminars on Intelligent Design

Organized by the Center for Science and Culture, the 2021 Summer Seminar program will include two seminars offered concurrently: the Seminar on Intelligent Design in the Natural Sciences, designed for students and professionals in the sciences and the history and philosophy of science, and the C.S. Lewis Fellows Program on Science and Society, designed primarily for students and professionals in the humanities, social sciences, law, and theology.

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Chaos in Science

Science is most powerful when its limitations in understanding the complexity of nature are recognized. Newtonian physics has been a powerful tool for understanding nature for hundreds of years and is still an essential part of any physics class, but it has its limitations in understanding complex systems, so more is needed.

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Kindness? Or Set Them Straight?

How do we deal with persons who don’t believe that Genesis is right about creation and the flood?

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Why Are Fossils Important for Christians?

Fossils and the rocks in which they are contained are an excellent platform for discussing origins from a biblical perspective, especially in relation to the design and complexity of ancient life and the worldwide destruction caused by Noah’s Flood.

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Faith and Science Fundamentals

Register for a free new webinar series organized by Dr. Noemì Duràn, Director of the European GRI Branch Office

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The Jewels of Winter

Latest short film by The John 10:10 project illustrates the marvelous artistry displayed in snowflakes

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James M. Tour's Lecture at Andrews University Available on YouTube

On September 3, 2020, the Andrews University Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry invited Dr. James M. Tour for an online guest lecture on the origins of life. Watch Tour’s brilliant presentation on his YouTube channel.

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New Publication on Dinosaur Bonebed

Peer-reviewed research highlights findings of decades of dinosaur bone excavation.

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How Many Brains Do We Have?

New study of neuronal diversification reveals the complexity of the gut's brain

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