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What Darwin Didn't Know: A Doctor Dissects the Theory of Evolution Paperback – January 1, 2004
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"Read this book, whatever you might think. You'll finish it a different person than you were when you began it." -- The Statesman Journal, February 15, 2004
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This book does a lot more than give a strong argument for "Intelligent Design" -- though it certainly does that. In fact, I ended the book impressed that it takes quite a bit more faith to believe in evolution than it does to believe in a purposeful creator. But this book also explains the body's complex inner workings in a way that is easy to understand, and to remember.
Great book and highly recommend it to anyone on either side of the issue or in the middle.
Simmons did a detailed and interesting dissection of origin of species theory.
The real problem is that universities have been "programmed" with the wrong "software" ever since the historical emergence of "scientist anti-metaphysical positivism".
How can universities detect design if they were "programmed" not to do so? The main reason why all scientific disciplines agree with evolution is because they cannot but agree with evolution. They have no choice. The "system" doesn't allow any other option. This is not a scientific problem: it is a systemic problem.
Most modern universities have excluded arguments based on design and teleology a priori, as non scientific. Because of that, their "systemic code" can only detect random, natural and accidental causes and processes. Agreement with evolution has been pre-programmed into the system, and as the saying goes: garbage in, garbage out.Read more ›
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Great, Great book. Essential for anyone who wants to take an honest look at the creation.Published 18 days ago by yony
One of my favorite books. So interesting to see how the systems of the human body work, and then how they all work together. Chance, matter and time? I don't think so.Published 9 months ago by Kelly Carroll
After reading this wonderful book, your confidence in the beauty and miracle of our God's creation will soar without fear! Read morePublished 16 months ago by Soloman
The cognitive dissonance skeptics maintain by ignoring the irreducible complexity of biological systems, how these systems utterly defy chance-driven evolution and their... Read morePublished 17 months ago by OtherWorlds&Wisdom
To be perfectly honest this book is a joke. All it does is play up to the beliefs of ID supporters and does nothing to disprove any of what Darwin wrote. Read morePublished on June 3, 2013 by James
Well written book destroying the evolution falsehood while addressing how complex the human body is; that it is not possible that it could have evolved on its own.... Read morePublished on April 24, 2013 by Eugene Luttrell