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Jul 27, 2012

Show 864 Dr. Stephen Meyer lectures about the subject of his book Signature in the Cell. Location: The Heritage Foundation's Allison Auditorium.


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In Signature in the Cell, Dr. Stephen Meyer examines how the digital code embedded in DNA points powerfully to a designing intelligence and helps unravel a mystery that Darwin did not address: how did the very first life begin?  Join us as Dr. Meyer investigates how new scientific discoveries are pointing to intelligent design as the best explanation for the complexity of life and the universe.


    How does an intelligent person become a proponent of Intelligent Design?  Anyone who stereotypes IDers as anti-scientific ideologues or fundamentalists should read Dr. Stephen Meyer's compelling intellectual memoir.  Meyer as a student became fascinated with the "DNA Enigma" - how the information to produce life originated - and at considerable risk to his career hasn't given up trying to solve the mystery.  Meyer shows how step by step he concluded that Intelligent Design is the most likely explanation of how the DNA code came to be.


       - Dr. Marvin Olasky, Provost, The King's College, New York City and Editor-in-chief, World


Stephen C. Meyer is Director and Senior Fellow of the Center for Science and Culture at the Discovery Institute in Seattle.  Dr. Meyer earned his Ph.D. in the History and Philosophy of Science from Cambridge University for a dissertation on the history of origin of life biology and the methodology of the historical sciences.