Twelve Steps Forward

The Trends in Science Continuing to Aid Intelligent Design

I have been asked to produce a second edition of my 2005 book, By Design or by Chance? So much has happened in recent years that I certainly won't be staring at a blank screen for long. ID has grown in depth and sophistication—and Darwinism seems to have shrunk. It's still taught in schools, to be sure, but schools are the last place to look for innovation. More and more science media releases tell me that new findings in the life sciences are "unexpected" and "challenging"; fewer than ever claim to prove Darwin right.

But which events in the onrushing tide have mattered most? Let me begin by asking, what science discoveries—had they occurred—would make ID untenable? How...


is a Canadian journalist, author, and blogger. She blogs at Blazing Cat Fur, Evolution News & Views, MercatorNet, Salvo, and Uncommon Descent.

This article originally appeared in Salvo, Issue #53, Summer 2020 Copyright © 2024 Salvo |


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