Intelligent Design Catches On in Brazil
Although the Darwinian establishment has made every effort to discredit intelligent design (ID), you can't keep a good idea down. In Brazil, ID is flourishing.
More than two decades ago, Brazilian historian of science Enézio E. de Almeida Filho became skeptical of Darwinism—not because of the Bible, but because of the scientific evidence against it. After reading Phillip Johnson's Darwin on Trial, Enézio started a blog, Desafiando a Nomenklatura Científica (Defying the Scientific Nomenclature),1 and in 1998 the Brazilian ID movement was born.
ID attracted the attention of prominent Brazilian chemist Marcos N....