Focuses on putting science topics, such as genetic engineering, euthanasia, computer technology, environmental issues, creation/evolution, fetal tissue research, and AIDS, in perspective by looking at related political, ethical and philosophical issues. Features authors Michael Behe, Phillip Johnson, William Dembski, Mark Hartwig, Stephen Meyer, Paul Nelson, and Jonathan Wells.
Contents for essays on scientific and philosophical objections to the theory of evolution.
Built on the thesis that the purpose of evolution is the development of human beings and for this to occur a God is necessary.
Intended to serve as an elementary introduction to the claims some creationists make against evolution. Extensive list compiled by Mark I. Vuletic, of the University of Illinois.
Jay Richards examines a new scientific orthodoxy that challenges Darwin's materialistic views. From Intelligent Design, February 25, 1999.
Diverse articles published by the Origins website.