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The Intelligent Design Debate
November 10-13, 2002
There is a lively debate within the scientific world regarding whether human reason can detect an intelligent design in the natural order. This debate is separate from the older "creation vs. evolution" debate, since creation, being a miracle, falls outside of nature and thus of what human reason can detect. It does, however, overlap somewhat the question of whether Darwinism is a theory or a proven fact.
This second CCA of the 2002-2003 academic year will gather leading proponents of both sides of the debate over "intelligent design."
Sunday, November 10
4:00 PM “Four Questions in the Intelligent Design Debate”
Northern Illinois University
8:00 PM “The Problem with Intelligent Design”
Florida State University
Monday, November 11
4:00 PM “What Does Physics Say About ID?”
Case Western Reserve University
8:00 PM “Too Complex for Darwin: A Biochemical Analysis”
Tuesday, November 12
4:00 PM “The Case for Evolution”
American Museum of Natural History
8:00 PM “Darwin's Underwhelming Evidence”
Wednesday, November 13
4:00 PM “The Mathematical Proof of Complexity”
8:00 PM Hillsdale College Faculty Roundtable
File Date: 10.11.02
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