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Does Neuroscience Leave Room for God?
The question was debated by Dr. Angus J. L. Menuge and biologist P.Z. Meyers (a prominent Darwinist recently featured in the documentary, Expelled) at the University of Minnesota at Morris on April 19th, 2008. A summary of the debate along with Dr. Menuge's slides can be found here at Uncommon Descent.
Proposed Revisions to Kansas Science Standards Draft 2, With Explanations
Testimony given by Dr. Angus J.
L. Menuge on May 7, 2005 at the hearings for the Kansas Science Standards
Dr. Veith's Speaking Engagements
CUW Students on KFUO Radio
Concordia students Sabrina Locklair and Josh Schroeder appeared on the KFUO Radio program "Issues, Etc." on February 19th, 2004.
Last year, the Cranach Institute provided support for Sabrina to attend the International Academy of Apologetics, Evangelism and Human Rights. This seminar is held every July in Strasbourg France under the direction of Dr. John Warwick Montgomery and Craig Parton, JD. Sabrina will return this year for her fellows’ exam.
Josh Schroeder explains the idea of the Tea Society, a forum for discussing challenges to the Christian faith and defending Christian ideas based on C. S. Lewis’s Socratic club. Home-made scones and fine teas are served to facilitate discussion. Josh is not, in fact, asleep but deep in thought!
Debating Design: From Darwin to DNA
Issuing from the Design and Its Critics conference hosted by the Cranach Institute in 2000, this book is edited by William Dembski and Michael Ruse, and includes a chapter by Dr. Angus Menuge.
This book can be pre-ordered from the publisher, Cambridge University Press: Debating Design
Agents Under Fire
New from Rowman & Littlefield Publishers:
Agents Under Fire:
By Angus Menuge
In the first study of its kind, Agents Under Fire defends a robust notion of agency and intentionality against eliminative and naturalistic alternatives, showing the interconnections between the philosophy of mind, theology, and Intelligent Design. This fascinating defense against scientific materialism is the only book-length study relating Intelligent Design to contemporary issues in the philosophy of mind.
Dr. Angus Menuge is Associate Professor of Philosophy and Associate Director of the Cranach Institute at Concordia University Wisconsin.
Commentary on New Luther Movie
On Septmenber 26th, 2003, a new movie on the life of Martin Luther (entitled "Luther") will be released in the U.S. Read comments on the movie from Uwe Siemon-Netto, Religion Editor for UPI (and a Lutheran) on this page.
For more information on "Luther," visit http://www.lutherthemovie.com/.
July 2003 - Dr. Angus Menuge, Director of the Cranach Institute, and Sabrina Locklair, a student at Concordia University Wisconsin, participated in the Seventh Annual European Summer Study Session of the International Academy of Apologetics, Evangelism & Human Rights. The session was held in Strasbourg, France, July 8-19, 2003. Professors in Residence included Dr. John Warwick Montgomery, Craig Parton, Michael Saward & Oliver H.G. Wilder-Smith.
Several pictures from the Academy are available on the Academy Pictures page.
For more information about the Academy, please see:
November 2000 - View the statement of the Cranach Institute protesting the removal of William Dembski as Director of The Michael Polanyi Center at Baylor University.
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