Gorilla Reunion: Damian Aspinall's extraordinary gorilla encounter on Gorilla School.
Devamrita Swami speaking about why human beings have the ability to ask questions. A video by Leigha Speirs-Hutton.
The premiere’s venue, the prestigious Urania National Movie Theater in Budapest, was completely sold out ten days before the event. Nearly 500 people—mostly paying members of the general public, along with media, crew members and their families—packed into the plush theater, which was built in the 1880s and resembles a Rajasthani palace.
How do animals know when and how to do what they do? - Smart animals challenge Darwin.
NATURE`s I.Q. is an award winning book by two young ISKCON devotee scholars Istvan Tasi (Isvara Krishna Das) and Balazs Hornyanszky (Bhagavat Priya Das), published by Torchlight Publishing. http://www.torchlight.com/
Watch the trailer of the documentary based on this book: http://www.naturesiqfilm.com/
Video by Karuna Productions: http://www.karunaproductions.com/
In january 2011, the BBT published Rethinking Darwin: A Vedic Study of Darwinism and Intelligent Design by Leif A. Jensen. In this video he explains the idea and history of the book.
For more information please visit www.rethinkingdarwin.com.
A new documentary film called “Nature’s IQ,” set to premier late this spring, aims to inspire open dialogue about alternatives to Darwin’s Theory of Evolution.
Is Darwin’s theory of evolution unquestionable fact? Or should the possibility that an intelligent designer created our world be discussed as an alternative? Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed, a recent film presented by actor and political speech writer Ben Stein, suggests that it should.
VATICAN CITY (AFP) - The Vatican announced Monday it will host a conference on evolutionary theory next year coinciding with its 150th anniversary -- and as creationism gains ground among fundamentalist Christians.
This is a clip from the Ben Stein documentary, "Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed". The goal of the documentary is to expose the scientific community and universities around the world for discriminating against any scientist who wishes to explore the possibility of, "intelligent design," as an alternative to Darwin's theory of evolution.
As a Uniting Church clergyman, you might think I would welcome a call to teach 'Intelligent Design' theory in schools, since it presupposes a guiding hand in the creation of the universe. We clergy certainly need all the help we can get! But Intelligent Design (I.D.) is both bad theology and bad science. Let me explain.