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Claptrap drivel. Once again, the Intelligent Design movement has found someone willing to apply a thin veneer of respectability to their otherwise failing campaign. This failed self-help author declares himself a scientist with all the credentials of a freshman college student. He is self-published and the entire contents of this book are available free online and in many book stores.
If you're looking for an explanation of the origin of life, you won't find it here. In face, you won't find a coherent theory to set next to Creationism, Flying Spaghetti Monsterism, and the Great Green Arkleseizure. This is a tangled web of suppositions and denialism.
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Discussions of evolution, especially by Darwinists, tend to omit the crucial issues of human psychology, implying with a wave of the hand that natural selection produced anything you can name. But this strategy succeeds only in covering up ignorance. Mr. Johnston makes an important point here by insisting that an account of human evolution must take into account the issue of free will. And this is a problem for reductionist science which assumes a causal substrate to all forms of explanation. The glaring contradiction tends to be glossed over by Darwinists, but it won't go away. The author has also written SOS (Save our Selves) from Science Gone Wrong, a critique of Darwinian natural selection, praised by Mary Midgley, Robert G.B.Reid, and John Horgan. This book raises the issue of consciousness, which is another blindspot for Darwinian oversimplifications.