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Stephen Meyer

Stephen C. Meyer received his Ph.D. in the History and Philosophy of Science from the University of Cambridge in 1991 for a dissertation on origin-of-life biology and the methodology of the historical sciences. Formerly a geophysicist with the Atlantic Richfield Company, he is currently Director of the Center for Renewal of Science and Culture at Discovery Institute and an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Whitworth College. He is a past recipient of a Rotary International Scholarship, the American Friends of Cambridge scholarship (administered by the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust) and a Templeton Foundation science-religion teaching grant. He has contributed articles to several scholarly books and anthologies including The History of Science and Religion in the Western Tradition: An Encyclopedia, Darwinism: Science or Philosophy, Of Pandas and People: The Central Question of Biological Origins, The Creation Hypothesis: Scientific Evidence for An Intelligent Designer and Facets of Faith and Science: Interpreting God's Action in the World. In addition to technical articles on the philosophy of science, he has published many editorial features in newspapers and magazines such as The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune and National Review. He has also recently appeared as a guest on several national television programs including PBS's Freedom Speaks and TechnoPolitics, and CNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews. He is currently working on a book formulating a scientific theory of biological design, which looks specifically at the evidence for design in the encoded information in DNA.


Stephen C. Meyer


  • Intelligent Design in the Public School Science Curricula: A Legal Guidebook
    Online text of guidebook.
  • Biographical Articles
  • By Design: A Profile of Center Director Dr. Stephen Meyer
    From Whitworth College, Whitworth Today Winter 1995.
  • Articles Op-Eds on Science Education Op-Eds on Public Policy

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