Monday, January 16, 2012

Interview on Intelligent Design: Casey Luskin

Today's interview is with Casey Luskin, Research Coordinator for the Discovery Center's Center for Science and Culture. In this interview Casey talks about his background and interest in Intelligent Design, defining terms (ID, evolution, creationism, Darwinism), common objections to ID as a scientific endeavor, some milestones in the history of the ID movement, the Dover trial, responding to critics who say "ID is dead," "not science," and more. This is a good overall introduction to Intelligent Design.

Full Interview MP3 Audio here (1hr)

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Roger said...

This is a good discussion of ID and Casey is an articulate proponent. Brian, may I suggest in the interests of balance and Socratic discussion that you do a similar interview with a similarly articulate proponent of theistic evolution such as Karl Giberson?

Roger said...

Or possibly from Simon Conway Morris:

Alex said...

As an ID proponent, I think it would be great to have a theistic evolutionst like Karl Giberson on this show. But you should read Luskin's in depth response to Giberson's book "The Langauge of Science and Faith" at:

Giberson's book really is full of lots of weak arguments.

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