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Book Review: The Design Revolution

The Design Revolution:  Answering The Toughest Questions About Intelligent Design, by William Dembski It should come as little surprise that as someone who has taken to reading (or, more often, re-reading) classic works on intelligent design [1] that I should … Continue reading

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Book Review: Intelligent Design 101

Intelligent Design 101:  Leading Experts Explain The Key Issues, edited by H. Wayne House As someone who is well-read concerning matters of intelligent design [1], from time to time I enjoy reading about the issues involving intelligent design.  As usual, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Darwin On Trial

Darwin On Trial, by Phillip E. Johnson This book makes it pretty clear why Phillip Johnson is a sound strategist when it comes to intelligent design in the larger cultural perspective, and why it is that this book and others … Continue reading

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Book Review: Defeating Darwinism By Opening Minds

Defeating Darwinism By Opening Minds, by Philip Johnson This exceedingly short book comes in at just over 100 pages and it is a straightforward one.  This is not a book written with a difficult argument that is hard to follow, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Doubts About Darwin

Doubts About Darwin:  A History Of Intelligent Design, by Thomas Woodward The author is someone I happen to know (slightly) personally, largely because he got his Ph.D from the same university where I got my first master’s degree and because … Continue reading

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Book Review: Evolution: A Theory In Crisis

Evolution:  A Theory In Crisis:  New Developments In Science Are Challenging Orthodox Darwinism, by Michael Denton For many people, myself included, this book was the initial clarion call demonstrating the scientific flaws within the paradigm of evolution.  While the intellectual … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Edge Of Evolution

The Edge Of Evolution:  The Search For The Limits Of Darwinism, by Michael J. Behe I have read this book before, but this is a book that, like many classic intelligent design works [1] is well worth reading again.  What … Continue reading

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Book Review: Darwin’s Black Box

Darwin’s Black Box:  The Biochemical Challenge To Evolution, by Michael J. Behe I have read this book before and I think I may even own a copy of it in my Florida library, but it has been at least a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Signature In The Cell

Signature In The Cell:  DNA And The Evidence For Intelligent Design, by Stephen C. Meyer I have wanted to read this book for a long time and upon reading it, I gain an appreciation for how the author’s peer-reviewed writing … Continue reading

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Book Review: Undeniable

Undeniable:  How Biology Confirms Our Intuition That Life Is Designed, by Douglas Axe I have heard about this book and author for a while, and was pleased to finally be able to read it.  As someone who is generally familiar … Continue reading

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