Unlocking the Mystery of Life 2002
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Is life on Earth the product of purely undirected processes like time, chance and natural selection? Or, can the origin and diversity of living organisms be traced to an intelligent cause? Unlocking the Mystery of Life explores these timeless questions and presents compelling evidence to support an idea that could revolutionize scientific thought - the theory of intelligent design.
Unlocking the Mystery of Life is a 2002 intelligent design program promoted and produced by the Illustra Media, a branch of
the Discovery Institute, and Focus on the Family. The film's script was written by Stephen C. Meyer, who is director of the Center for Science and Culture at the Discovery Institute, and it includes fellows of the institute such as Jonathan Wells and Michael Behe arguing for intelligent design and against evolution. The program is widely criticized by scientists for its promotion of intelligent design.
In 2005, Albuquerque PBS member station KNME originally declined to air the program because "The funders of this program have a clear and specific agenda that they openly promote" and the station did not want to take sides. However, it was later aired.
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