From Publishers Weekly
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Does Behe demonstrate that 'irreducibly complexity' can't evolve as a result of natural selection?
Behe's irreducible complexity argument is credible; he does not completely refute Darwin; however, Behe's critics are not being completely honest in their dismissals.
If one wishes to accept the theory of evolution on the basis of faith alone, one might as well believe in God.
Great book. Lot of information from an expert in the field. Explains his main points in easy to understand form. Must read for anyone interested in the evolution debate.Published 15 days ago by RON MCELRAVY
How did complex structures evolve? It evolved was the answer for a long time. It is the co option theory today. Read morePublished 1 month ago by globalwarminghoax
DBB is a work ultimately makes the case for ID over evolution (at least with respect to the origin of life question). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andrew Frysword
this more comes down to faith, don't expect to find anything definitive here.Published 2 months ago by DB
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is even curious about the science behind "intelligent design" and what it means for Darwin's "theory". Dr. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Daniel Osborn
Darwin's Black Box is a challenging read for anyone interested in the evolution debate. Behe does an excellent job of pointing out both the areas that Darwinism accurately explains... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cornell
Excellent work. Must read for any: evolutionist or creationist.Published 4 months ago by Doug Christensen