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The Creation Conversation, part 1

In the first half of ?The Creation Conversation?, Dr. Stephen Meyer offers an introduction to the evening?s presentation and defines Intelligent Design. He is followed by Dr. Michael Behe, who, among other things, discusses the issue of irreducible complexity.

David Berlinski, Michael Behe, Stephen MeyerApr 19, 2009

Messages In This Series (4)
The Creation Conversation - Q&A Session
Dr. Ray BohlinApr 21, 2009
The Creation Conversation, part 2
David Berlinski, Michael Behe, Stephen MeyerApr 19, 2009
The Creation Conversation, part 1
David Berlinski, Michael Behe, Stephen MeyerApr 19, 2009
Return of the God Hypothesis: Introduction to "The Creation Conversation"
Stephen MeyerApr 19, 2009

About 'The Creation Conversation'

On April 19, 2009, Watermark hosted a forum that included scientists, authors and scholars deeply immersed in origin theory and its implications. These presentations explore scientific arguments intended to equip those interested in understanding more about the science behind and the strengths and weaknesses of both Intelligent Design and Darwinistic evolution theories. Our hope is that this content provides you with the opportunity to draw meaningful conclusions about the significance these two theories hold for views on God, morality and society. Panelists: Michael J. Behe, Professor of Biological Sciences at Lehigh University; David Berlinksi, author, mathematician, philosopher; Stephen Meyer, Director of the Center for Science and Culture at the Discovery Institute; Todd Wagner, pastor, Watermark Community Church