March April 1997 Edition
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Contents, March/April 1997:
- Ideas Have Consequences
- In the beginning was "The Idea." Certain men said that humans are nothing more than products of chance, progress and adaptation. In the last century, The Idea has had devastating consequences. However, more and more Christian professors are advocating the pursuit of pure science: reporting the facts as they are found, keeping nothing from the public, and making no attempt to validate one theory over another. Such ideals would make certain aspects of science something they have not been for over a hundred years: honest. And by all rights, Christians should be the ones to pioneer truth in science.
- Explosion of Life
- A scientist reveals details of the Cambrian explosion, a biological puzzle that confound s the Darwinists.
- Neo-Darwinism: What is at Stake?
- An examination of the cultural implications of neo-Darwinism and creationism.
- Great Beginnings: UT Origins Conference Opens Doors to Dialogue
- Great Beginnings: UT Origins Conference Opens Doors to Dialogue. Michael Ruse, Phil Johnson and others discuss methodological naturalism.
- Making Progress in the Origins Debate: A Summary of NTSE
- The philosophers, scientists and scholars who met together at the Naturalism, Theism and the Scientific Enterprise conference made substantial progress on the very important question: Is methodological naturalism an essential part of science? In the course of the conference the participants moved toward several shared conclusions.
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