Second, Behe fails to demonstrate that natural selection could not have created his "irreducibly complex" systems.
Irreducible complexity is a failed negative argument against evolutionary theory, not a positive argument in favor of Intelligent Design.
Mr. Behe is constantly telling us how the scientific evidence points to an intelligent designer but never offers his own testable proof.
Excellent book! Very good presentation of the evidence - very thorough and a bit much to follow at times. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Speach60
Great book! It was much better than Cats and I will read it again and again!Published 27 days ago by stringer77
This book is a deathblow to Darwin's theory of evolution. Period. In my review I will not discuss writing style, which I personally find highly irrelevant, I will only state why I... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anthony H.
This book has to be one of the most attacked books by evolutionists. You can always tell how good an intelligent design book is by looking at the number of 1 star ideological... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rich
Professor Behe's book is interesting and well written but he spends far too much time trying to prove his point (that evolution has irreducible complexity) and not time proving... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jolo
As a mathematician, this book appealed to me by provideing mathematical proof of irreducible complexity. The first 3 chaoters were the most enjoyable to read.Published 4 months ago by E.K
An excellent book. It points out how, while the (macro) evolution theory might have sounded plausible in Darwin's time, it has now broken down due to science. Read morePublished 4 months ago by CrazyRead