Podcasts in the intelligent design controversy 3: Agents Under Fire: Part One With Angus Menuge
On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin interviews Dr. Angus Menuge, professor of philosophy at Concordia University Wisconsin and author of Agents Under Fire, Materialism and the Rationality of Science. Dr. Menuge shares how he got involved in the debate over intelligent design and what made him a skeptic of Darwinian evolution. Listen in as Dr. Menuge explains what is necessary for the Darwinian account of evolutionary complex systems. Go here to listen.
[From Denyse: Menuge was one of the people attacked in a recent New Scientist article, raising alarms about non-materialist neuroscience. He replied here. Recently, there have been a number of attempts to show how atheist materialism is compatible with free will and traditional Christian assumptions in general, but essentially, not only is it not compatible, it was never intended to be. It was intended not not to be. That's the critical point. Christian academics can delude themselves if they wish, flirting with Christian Darwinism or Christian materialism, but the aggressively hostile "new atheist" movement makes the reality crystal clear.]
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