Intelligent Design The Definitive Source on ID

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Not By Chance

The modern theory of intelligent design was not developed in response to a legal setback for creationists in 1987. Instead, it was first formulated in the late 1970s and early 1980s by a group of scientists-Charles Thaxton, Walter Bradley, Roger Olson, and Dean Kenyon-who were trying to account for an enduring mystery of modern biology Read More ›
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List of Fine-Tuning Parameters

“Fine-tuning” refers to various features of the universe that are necessary conditions for the existence of complex life, including the initial conditions and “brute facts” of the universe, the laws of nature or the numerical constants present in those laws, and local features of habitable planets. Read More ›
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Information, Specified Complexity and the Explanatory Filter

Far from being “Gee whiz that’s complicated; it must be designed!,” ID theory relies on well-defined concepts such as specified complexity and an explanatory filter that allows one to distinguish designed events from either chance, necessity, or a combination of the two. Read More ›
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Introduction to The Privileged Planet

Even more mysterious than the fact that our location is so congenial to diverse measurement and discovery is that these same conditions appear to correlate with habitability. Read More ›
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Using Statistical Methods to Model the Fine-tuning of Molecular Machines and Systems

The Journal of Theoretical Biology has published an explicitly pro-intelligent design article, “Using statistical methods to model the fine-tuning of molecular machines and systems.” Let’s take a closer look at the contents. Read More ›
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A Primer on the Tree of Life

Evolutionists often claim that universal common ancestry and the “tree of life” are established facts. But what is the evidence for their claim, and how much of it is based upon assumptions? Read More ›