Intelligent Design The Definitive Source on ID



Using Intelligent Design Theory to Guide Scientific Research

Intelligent Design theory (ID) can contribute to science on at least two levels. ID is concerned with inferring from the evidence whether a given feature of the world is designed. Secondarily, ID could function as a “metatheory,” providing a conceptual framework for scientific research. Read More ›

The Origin of Biological Information and the Higher Taxonomic Categories

Stephen C. Meyer argues that no current materialistic theory of evolution can account for the origin of the information necessary to build novel animal forms. He proposes intelligent design as an alternative explanation for the origin of biological information and the higher taxa. Read More ›

The Meanings of Evolution

Many modern biologists have noted that the term "evolution" can mean different things. And this means that not all senses of evolution have the same epistemological standing. Read More ›

The Fine-Tuning Design Argument

Almost everything about the basic structure of the universe — for example, the fundamental laws and parameters of physics and the initial distribution of matter and energy — is balanced on a razor’s edge for life to occur. Read More ›

Intelligent Design as a Theory of Information

Intelligent design can be unpacked as a theory of information. In my paper I shall (1) show how information can be reliably detected and measured, and (2) formulate a conservation law that governs the origin and flow of information. Read More ›