I admire Dembski's cleverness in finding ways to keep the design argument alive, but it just doesn't work.
Not surprisingly, the conclusion is that there must be some intelligent designer (e.g. God) involved in the generation of biological information.
Thanks, Bill for a great job of documentation -- this book is a milestone of historical scientific achievement.
Be afraid of anyone who gives this book more than zero stars! They are all IDers.
This book is to lead people away from common sense and embrace a narrow, silly view of the... Read more
Complex specified information is at the very core of this book, but it is an ill-defined concept without any real relevance to the argument. Read morePublished on September 9, 2009 by Edgar A. Duenez-Guzman
This book is inspiring and well argued. I have been interested in the ultimate question - is evolution true? Read morePublished on May 30, 2009 by Michael Trapp
Before I begin my review proper, I have this caution for the "one star" denigrators: when you call someone who is obviously a brilliant, educated, thoughtful, and careful thinker... Read morePublished on June 27, 2008 by Bruce David
Even if someone decided to believe that evolution cannot explain every single detail about nature, there is no reason to simply fill in the blanks with some kind of god. Read morePublished on July 10, 2007 by Scott K
I was surprised to see this book tagged by someone named "John" (most likely the John Kwok who reviewed the book below) with 'science fiction. Read morePublished on August 20, 2006 by Barbara L. Lemaster
I had once remarked, in a previous Amazon.com review of another book written by William Dembski, how I was amazed by his literary productivity, observing that he had published far... Read morePublished on August 14, 2006 by John Kwok
This book was read as part of a university seminar seeking to understand the "science" behind the Intelligent Design movement. Read morePublished on March 15, 2006 by Jeri C. Rodgers
This book is more ID-iotic trash from the folks at the Intelligent Design (ID) propaganda machine at the primary ID think tank, the Discovery Institute. Read morePublished on August 30, 2005 by Tom Sullivan