Posts Taged science

Human and Chimp DNA [08/17/2014]

BPR#204 

Dr. Jeff Tomkins of ICR joins us to discuss the DNA of chimps and humans.
Based on these two articles:
http://creation.com/human-chimp-dna-similarity-re-evaluated/
http://www.icr.org/article/evaluating-human-chimp-dna-myth-new/

Special Guest: Dr. Jeffrey Tomkins of ICR

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Email this to someoneShare on Reddit

Christian Roots of Science [08/03/2014]

BPR#202

An interview with Dr. Jonathan Sarfati of Creation Ministries. Vocab once co-interviewed him about Richard Dawkins with Jeff Durbin of Apologia Radio on Redemption Radio, Part 1 & Part 2 here.

Special Guest: Dr. Jonathan Sarfati of Creation Ministries
BONUS: check out Dr. Sarfati’s interview on Apologia Radio –http://www.apologiaradio.com/?p=837

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Email this to someoneShare on Reddit

Evolution & The Fossil Record [05/18/2014]

BRP#191

Bill Nye the Science Guy, in a debate with Ken Ham, inferred the fossil record displays an evolutionary progression.

We examine Nye’s claims about the geologic column and also ask:
Is Tiktaalik a true transitional form?
What can – and can’t – the sun’s energy do?

 

Special Guest: Sal Giardina of AzOSA and New Creation Ministries

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Email this to someoneShare on Reddit

Signature in the Cell Synopsis [11/03/2013]

BPR#163

Vocab gives his synopsis of Dr. Stephen C. Meyer’s 522-page book, Signature in the Cell (HarperOne, 2009).

BONUS LINK:
Check out our interview with Dr. Meyer on his latest book, Darwin’s Doubt!

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Email this to someoneShare on Reddit

Darwin’s Doubt with Stephen Meyer [07/21/2013]

BPR#147

Dr. Stephen C. Meyer details the thesis of his landmark book, Darwin’s Doubt. We discuss the Cambrian Explosion, why it’s a problem for evolution and how Intelligent Design is a better model than Neo-Darwinism.

Special Guest: Stephen C. Meyer of the Discovery Institute

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Email this to someoneShare on Reddit

Social Media

Stay up-to-date with our latest podcasts and blogs, follow us.