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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Intelligent design and the arts?

Here and then here Dennis Wagner of Access Research Network talks about the ID Arts site which tracks the interface between intelligent design theory and popular culture.

The site is one of my own favourites because it gives me a chance to write about novels, movies, poems, et cetera, and here are some of my contributions:


Major new find in early human art:
A sculpture of a mammoth and figures of other animals, the oldest ivory carvings ever found, dated to 35 000 years ago, shed another ray of light into early human culture. (Most existing artifacts are less than 5000 years old.):
Intelligent design and popular culture: Illustrations, cartoons, and spoofs


Rob Sawyer's Calculating God: A sci-fi novelist's look at the intelligent design controversy

From Darwin to Hitler: A clear path, though not an inevitable one


Brain: find me those coconuts and pigs ... or else!


Bella: A film loved and hated by all the right people
Find out why there is an intelligent design controversy here:

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