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Intelligent Design Doesn't Go There: Opposing Views, Part 4
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Publish-date-icon November 16, 2012
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On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin makes the case that intelligent design has scientific merit because it is does not try to address religious questions about the supernatural. ID limits its claims to what can be scientifically inferred from the empirical domain, setting it apart from creationism. Listen in as Luskin shows how ID is a legitimate scientific alternative to neo-Darwinism that has key differences from creationism.

This podcast is taken from a series of articles published at OpposingViews.com and can be read here.

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