The Dutch newspaper Reformatorisch Dagblad interviewed Dr. Stephen Meyer about his new book, Return of the God Hypothesis. The article was written in Dutch by their science editor, Bart van den Dikkenberg. Here we include a few sentences from the introduction as a preview. View the full article in Dutch at the link below. The title of Meyer’s book, The Return of the God Hypothesis, is a nod to a famous, but probably apocryphal, statement by the French mathematician Pierre-Simon de Laplace (1749-1827). When he presented his book Traité de Mécanique Céleste in 1802 to the French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, Laplace was asked what the role of God at the origin of the solar system had been. The mathematician replied: Read More ›
What do you get when you combine an interested host, great questions, and a good-quality audio setup? An awesome interview! Stephen Meyer calls this 25-minute segment one of the best radio spots he’s ever done. Listen to see why. Hear seasoned radio host Marc Bernier ask perceptive questions about scientific materialism, the possibility of extraterrestrials, the role of intelligent design in medicine, the approach to evolution in school, the roots of the war between science and faith, and, of course, the arguments in Meyer’s new book Return of the God Hypothesis.
Establishing a rigid line of demarcation is especially difficult in the vexing world of origins research. So I appreciate Professor Ruse’s drawing our attention to what is perhaps a false dichotomy. Read More ›