Dembski packs multi-degrees but lacks any in bology or any other subject that would make him an expert in biology or evolution.
The Pandas Thumb is a evolution/biology blog. The flipside is Dembski’s http://www.uncommondescent.com
Go take a peek at The Intelligent Design Weblog of Bill Dembski (and friends) to see all the “science” being done in the IDC world.
In addition to assuming “…the role of public intellectual” Dembski is also a Carl F. H. Henry Professor of Science and Theology at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, (which is practically a household name in science and science research).
But where is the science you say? To understand what science is to people like Dembski and the Discovery Institute you have to get a load of the “science” course content Dembski teaches at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary:
Dembski’s “science” course details (from his own website)…
Some exciting news for the near future, via the third link provided by Mr Christopher: 2005/2006 Syllabi
- Critical Thinking and the Art of Argumentation Spring 2006
The goal of this course is to help students become adept at making a persuasive case for the truth of the Christian worldview.
- Studies in Apologetics: A Primer on Intelligent Design Spring 2006
The goal of this course is to help students understand how Intelligent Design fits within the larger cultural conversation.
But it seems that the 2005 cuvée wasn’t uninteresting:
- Scientific Approach: The World and Christian Faith Dr. William Dembski, Fall 2005
This seminar attempts to make sense [:-)] of the scientific enterprise in light of the Christian Faith. Of especial interest here is the use to which science has been put in undermining the Christian faith by furthering a materialistic worldview.
- Christian Doctrine and the Natural Sciences Dr. William Dembski, Fall 2005
The goal of this course is to help students think, speak, and write effectively within a Christian worldview on the relation between science and theology.
Who said that Dembski’s point of view had nothing to do with religion? Fulcanelli isn’t it?