Tag Archives: Intelligent Design

Thoughts on the Evidential Argument from Desire

I’m in the middle of a unit on Christian Apologetics with my juniors. We are currently going through the existential argument, which claims that Christian faith is justified because it satisfies our deepest emotional and spiritual needs. I’ve written on this subject before, and I’d recommend that readers take a look at my previous post […]

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Review: The Grand Canyon: Monument to an Ancient Earth

I am now in my third year teaching theology at a Christian high school. In that time I’ve found that, among my students, few subjects provoke as many questions as the subject of creation/evolution: How old is the earth? Where did all the fossils come from? Did animals die before the Fall? Could God have […]

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Is There Enough Time for Humans to have Evolved from Apes?

In this Youtube video, Dr. Ann Gauger of the Discovery Institute, a Seattle-based think-tank for Intelligent Design, talks about the evolutionary time frames needed to get from an ape to a human. Spoiler: there isn’t nearly enough time. Current estimates indicate that it takes about 6 million years for a single DNA mutation to become fixed within […]

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