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Mystery of Life
Where Does the Evidence Lead?
on Science Education
on Public Policy
Note to Teachers
Reprinted from Of Pandas and People (Richardson, TX: Foundation for Thought & Ethics, 1993).
by the Origin of Life
Reprinted from Christianity Today.
in the Dock
Touchstone Magazine, April 1, 2001
Would Love This Debate
With Bruce Chapman. Seattle Times, June 10, 2002
WorldNetDaily.com, September 28, 2001
is for Evolution, "F" is for Fordham
Kansas City Star, October 16, 2000
and Other Designs
Article from First Things 102, April 1, 2000.
Interchange or Polite Chitchat? The Dialogue Between Science and Theology
The demand that epistemic support be explicated as rational compulsion
has consistently undermined the dialogue between theology and science.
Rational compulsion entails too restrictive a form of epistemic support
for most scientific theorizing, let alone interdisciplinary dialogue.
This essay presents a less restrictive form of epistemic support, explicated
not as rational compulsion but as explanatory power. Co-authored with
Rid of the Unfair Rules
Review of The Battle of Beginnings: Why Neither Side is Winning the
Creation-Evolution Debate, from Origins & Design 17:2.
Design vs. Darwinism: Theories in Collision
The Columbus Dispatch, November 11, 2002
Causes and Facts: Response to Michael Ruse
Reprinted from Darwinism: Science or Philosophy? Edited by Jon
Buell and Virginia Hearn (Richardson, TX: Foundation for Thought & Ethics, 1994).
Exchange at Whitworth College
December 12, 2001
Debate on Life's Origins
Insight, February 21, 1994
of Life and the Death of Materialism
Reprinted from The Intercollegiate Review 31, no. 2 (spring 1996).
Reprinted from Eternity, May 1986.
Correctness in San Francisco
from Origins Research Archives 15, no. 2.
Tenets of Faith
Reprinted from the Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation.
about Scientific Dissent from Neo-Darwinism
Trends in Ecology and Evolution, February 1, 2004.
the Origins Controversy: Science, Or Religion, Or Speech?
David K. DeWolf, Stephen C. Meyer, Mark Edward DeForrest. Utah Law
Review 2000:39. (pdf file. 316kb)
Evolution: The Difference It Doesn't Make
Excerpted from Darwinism Defeated? The Johnson-Lamoureux Debate over
Biological Origins, January 1, 1999
Cambrian Explosion: Biology's Big Bang
December 1, 2003.
Harmony of Natural Law
Reprinted from The Wall Street Journal.
Meanings of Evolution
May 16, 2001 (pdf)
Message in the Microcosm: DNA and the Death of Materialism
from Cosmic Pursuit, Fall 1997.
Methodological Equivalence of Design & Descent: Can There be a Scientific
"Theory of Creation?
Reprinted from The Creation Hypothesis.
Written with Charles Thaxton. Reprinted from Eternity magazine.
Return of the God Hypothesis
January 1, 1999 (pdf)
Scientifically Correct Book Review of Darwin on Trial
Use and Abuse of Philosophy of Science: Response to J.P. Moreland
Reprinted from Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith.
on the Bacterial Flagellum Premature: A Response to Begley's "Evolution
Reprinted from The Wall Street Journal, February 19, 2004.
Are Not Alone
Reprinted from Eternity magazine.