Stephen C. Meyer Author, Philosopher, and Director of the Center for Science and Culture

Can the Origin of the Genetic Code Be Explained by Direct RNA Templating?

BIO-Complexity

Origin-of-life research has a big problem, and the DRT model purports to solve part of it. Critics of intelligent design have advanced the DRT model as the answer to the sequencing problem — how genetic information in RNA (in the hypothetical RNA world) eventually could have been translated into more stable and versatile proteins. In a peer-reviewed paper published in BIO-Complexity, Stephen C. Meyer and Paul Nelson take on DRT.  In their critical review of the research they explain how the sequencing problem has not been solved, even partially. Read the paper here.

Religion – Staat – Gesellschaft, vol. 7

Dr. Meyer details the history and the current state of intelligent design theory in this must-read article. Read the article here.

The Methodological Equivalence of Naturalistic and Non-Naturalistic Origins Theories

Science and Evidence for Design in the Universe (Ignatius Press)

This article addresses a series of objections that have been lodged against the theory of intelligent design, including the claim that the theory of intelligent design is not testable. Read the article here.

Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington

This paper proposes ID as an alternative explanation for the origin of biological information and the higher taxa and was published in PBSW, a peer-reviewed biology journal published at the National Museum of Natural History at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C. Read the paper here.

Darwinism, Design and Public Education

Stephen C. Meyer and Michael Newton Keas

Read the paper here.

Biology’s Big Bang

Darwinism, Design and Public Education

With co-authors Marcus Ross, Paul Nelson & Paul Chien

Here lead author Meyer shows that the pattern of fossil appearance in the Cambrian period contradicts the predictions or empirical expectations of neo-Darwinism and other materialistic theories of evolution. Read the paper here.

© Discovery | All Rights Reserved | For more info: discovery.org/id | Contact