Intelligent Design and Its Critics


Ian Barbour analyzes the controversy over evolution and Intelligent Design. He then describes recent ideas in evolutionary theory and in theological reflection which offer alternatives to the "conflict of science and religion" presented in the media.


A keynote lecture by John Haught at the 2006 "Beyond Intelligent Design" symposium. The lecture is followed by a panel response including Ian Barbour, George Ellis, and Nancey Murphy, moderated by William Grassie.


In this lecture, William Grassie proposes that we focus science education more on what happened when than on how and why evolution occurs.

Book Review:

The author wishes to clarify the confusions that exist on both sides of the creation-evolution debate.


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