Responses to 4 Nails SMU event
In the wake of the event at SMU on September 23rd a number of Darwinists attacked the speakers and gave misleading reports of the event. We will be archiving all responses to these attacks here. Check back often for updates.
Responding to John Wise’s Table Pounding at Southern Methodist University, by Casey Luskin, Discovery Institute
Tracking Down the Quotes John Wise Invented for Michael Behe, by Casey Luskin, Discovery Institute
A Word To The Wise, by Douglas Axe, Biologic Institute
“4 Nails” in Professor Response, by Jerret Sykes, Director of PULSE at SMU
Fair debates focus on evidence, by Stephen Meyer, Paul Nelson, Jonathan Wells, Richard Sternberg and Douglas Axe
News about 4 Nails SMU event
UK Education Ministry and SMU Prof Want Kids to Sit Down & Shut Up About Flaws With Darwinism, Evolution News & Views
Standing Room Only Crowd Treated to Serious Discussion of the Scientific Demise of Darwinism, Evolution News & Views
Cyber Attacks Attempt to Shut Down Discovery Institute’s Websites on Day of Event Challenging Darwinism, Evolution News & Views
Sept. 23, 2010 • Southern Methodist University
7:00-9:30 pm, Hughes-Trigg Ballroom
Featuring a Free Screening of
Darwin’s Dilemma: The Mystery of the Cambrian Fossil Record
Plus Live Presentations and Q and A with:
Molecular biologist Douglas Axe
Evolutionary biologist Richard Sternberg
Molecular and cell biologist Jonathan Wells, author of The
Politically Incorrect Guide to Darwinism and Intelligent Design
More than a century ago, Charles Darwin thought he had explained away the evidence for intelligent design in biology. But now new evidence from molecular biology, genetics, and related fields are raising four important challenges to the claim that complex biological life is the result of an undirected process of natural selection acting on random mutations. Learn about these “4 nails in Darwin’s coffin” at this FREE event.
Bring your questions!
Sponsored by PULSE and Victory Campus Ministries, SMU
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 214.528.7343 x110