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61. Intelligent Design Topic: Intelligent Design as a Positive Research Program
in my forthcoming book No Free Lunch: Why Specified Complexity Cannot Be Purchased Without Intelligence (Rowman & Littlefield) as well as offering there a simplification of my concept of specification. Yet regardless how things fall out
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62. Intro Topic: Genes and Sin
what becomes of the idea of free will - the notion that we have a choice about how we act? If we don't really have a choice, but are compelled to do things by our genetic makeup, then how can we be held morally accountable? This question came to
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63. Maddox Bibliography Topic: A. General and Survey Treatments
Be Discovered . New York: Free Press, 1998. Morowitz, Harold I. The Emergence of Everything: How the World Became Complex . New York: Oxford University Press, 2002. Topic Index Next: B.
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64. Maddox Bibliography Topic: 4. Contemporary Evolutionary Biology and Divine A...
in the Universe . New York: Free Press, 1998. Du Toit, Cornel W., ed. Can Nature be Evil or Evil Natural? A Science-and-Religion View on Suffering and Evil . Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion, 2006. Edwards,
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65. Video: Richard Davidson Q&A
Are we Free? Genetics Evolution Philosophy Theology Books on Neuroscience and Theology
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66. Video: Paul Ekman
Are we Free? Genetics Evolution Philosophy Theology Books on Neuroscience and Theology
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67. Video: Paul Ekman Q&A
Are we Free? Genetics Evolution Philosophy Theology Books on Neuroscience and Theology
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68. Video: George Pell Q&A
Are we Free? Genetics Evolution Philosophy Theology Books on Neuroscience and Theology
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69. Genetics Topic: Brent Waters
Individuals are, of course, free to hold whatever private opinions or beliefs they may choose about these issues, but they are not admissible for the sake of public deliberation. Rather, we must create a bland or neutral public vocabulary,
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70. Interview: George Coyne
characteristic for God - is freedom and spontaneity. And I believe that a universe participating in that freedom and spontaneity is an evolutionary universe. QUESTION: How would you respond to that claim that some people make, that when they
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