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I have followed Johnson's work for a while, and the striking thing is how Darwinists not only believe in naturalistic evolution (which may be a supportable position), but also take... Read morePublished on December 21, 2010 by BobTheWise
Santorum in the forward talks about "Darwinism naturalism". Sigh, is this anything like "Einsteinism naturalism"? Read morePublished on September 29, 2010 by JeromeM
This book is a splendid book for understanding thoroughly the background history and positions of Intelligent Design -- regardless of where or which side of the controversy one may... Read morePublished on July 6, 2008 by H. E. Eslinger
If the observed complexity of biological processes is an argument for an intelligent designer, then the designer must have been more complicated than the design.
So... Read more
The book itself is a good resource for readers who wish to learn more about the works of Phillip Johnson, a leader of the Intelligent Design theories/(facts according to his... Read morePublished on October 2, 2006 by LEON L CZIKOWSKY
Darwin's most celebrated nemesis was Samuel Wilberforce, the Archbishop of Canterbury, head of the Anglican Church, who was ridiculed by the young biologist Thomas Henry Huxley, in... Read morePublished on August 14, 2006 by John Kwok
"I also don't think that there is really a theory of intelligent design at the present time to propose as a comparable alternative to the Darwinian theory, which is, whatever... Read morePublished on July 2, 2006 by Dr. Eigenvalue