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Tuesday, October 6, 2020
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Today Dr. Merrill (Buddy) Matthews is our guest host and he’s going to have a super busy show! During the first hour Buddy welcomes political writer Gromer Jeffers. They’ll talk about the future Texas Speaker of the House. Then Charles Stolfus joins him in studio to co-host. Their guests are Michael Behe and Brian Miller. Dr. Behe has a PhD in Biochemistry and Dr. Miller has his PhD in Complex Systems Physics. Each will share information regarding Intelligent Design.

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Dr. Merrill Matthews
Resident Scholar - Institute for Policy Innovation
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Merrill Matthews, Ph.D., is a resident scholar with the Institute for Policy Innovation, a research-based, public policy “think tank.” He is a health policy expert and weekly contributor at Forbes.com. He also serves as Vice Chairman of the Texas Advisory Committee of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Dr. Matthews is a past president of the Health Economics Roundtable forRead More

Gromer Jeffers Show Page
Gromer Jeffers
Political Writer - The Dallas Morning News
Gromer Jeffers is the political writer for The Dallas Morning News.
A graduate of Howard University and native of Chicago, he came to The News as its City Hall reporter, where he covered the second term of Dallas Mayor Ron Kirk. During his time at the newspaper, he has written about the administrations of mayors Laura Miller, Tom Leppert and Mike Rawlings. As The News’ political reporter, Gromer has covered national and local politics, including the presidential campaigns of George W. Bush, Barack Obama and Donald Trump. He has also written extensively about Texas government and politics, including the administrations of Rick Perry and Greg Abbott. Before
joining The News, he was a political reporter at The Kansas City Star and The Chicago Defender. You can catch Gromer every Sunday at 8:30 a.m. on NBC-5’s Lone Star Politics.
Charles Stolfus Show Page
Charles Stolfus, ThM
Executive Pastor | Teacher | Missions - Denton Bible Church
Charles is happily married to his wife Melanie and they are the proud parents of four children (Megan, Lance, Luke and Leah). He received his Bachelor of Music in 1982 from North Texas State University (now UNT) and his Master of Theology (1994) from Dallas Theological Seminary with an emphasis in Historical Theology.
He presently serves as one of the Executive Pastors at Denton Bible Church where he wears a number of hats including, serving as Director of a Theological institute, coordinating and teaching in the DBC Young Guns Program (an intensive men’s discipleship program), and teaching an adult Sunday School class. He also enjoys regularly teaching through DBC’s Missions program in various parts of the world as well as leading tours to Israel (a total of 15 Tours at this time).
His areas of special teaching interest include Apologetics & Christian Ethics, Creation and Evolution issues, and Christian Worldview. He has taught a three-year comprehensive multi-disciplinary worldview education program to High School aged students each year since 2008. His interest in these areas has opened up opportunities to participate in debates and panel discussions on College Campuses on the Creation and Evolution controversy as well as comparative religion and a variety of ethical issues.
Michael Behe Show Page
Michael Behe, PhD
Professor of Biological Sciences at Lehigh University - Senior Fellow at Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture
Michael J. Behe is Professor of Biological Sciences at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania and a Senior Fellow at Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture. He received his Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Pennsylvania in 1978. Behe's current research involves delineation of design and natural selection in protein structures.

In his career he has authored over 40 technical papers and two books, Darwin’s Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution and The Edge of Evolution: The Search for the Limits of Darwinism, which argue that living system at the molecular level are best explained as being the result of deliberate intelligent design. Most recently, in Darwin Devolves, Behe advances his argument, presenting new research that offers a startling reconsideration of how Darwin’s mechanism works, weakening the theory’s validity even more.

The books have been reviewed by the New York Times, Nature, Philosophy of Science, Christianity Today, and many other periodicals. Darwin's Black Box was internationally reviewed in over one hundred publications and named by National Review and World magazine as one of the 100 most important books of the 20th century.

Behe has presented and debated his work at major universities throughout North America and England.
Darwin Devolves: The New Science About DNA That Challenges Evolution
The scientist who has been dubbed the “Father of Intelligent Design” and author of the groundbreaking book Darwin’s Black Box contends that recent scientific discoveries further disprove Darwinism and strengthen the case for an intelligent creator.

In addition to disputing the methodology of Darwinism and how it conflicts with the concept of creation, Behe reveals that what makes Intelligent Design unique—and right—is that it acknowledges causation. Evolution proposes that organisms living today are descended with modification from organisms that lived in the distant past. But Intelligent Design goes a step further asking, what caused such astounding changes to take place? What is the reason or mechanism for evolution? For Behe, this is what makes Intelligent Design so important.
Brian Miller Show Page
Brian Miller, PhD
Research Coordinator - Center for Science and Culture at the Discovery Institute
Dr. Brian Miller is Research Coordinator for the Center for Science and Culture at the Discovery Institute in Seattle, WA. He holds a B.S. in physics with a minor in engineering from MIT and a Ph.D. in complex systems physics from Duke University. He has extensive expertise in the application of thermodynamics and information theory to the problem of the origin of life. His other research interests include how the effects of mutations on the stability of protein folds relate to the rarity of functional proteins and the application of engineering concepts to biological systems.
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