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Darwin's black box : the biochemical challenge to evolution

Author: Michael J Behe
Publisher: New York : Free Press, ©1996.
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Behe argues that the complexity of cellular biochemistry argues against Darwin's gradual evolution.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael J Behe
ISBN: 0684827549 9780684827544
OCLC Number: 34150540
Description: xii, 307 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Responsibility: Michael J. Behe.
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The author introduces the reader to such biochemical wonders as vision, blood-clotting and cellular transport, showing in each case the delicate synergy of the machines of the human body. He argues  Read more...

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Peter Van InwagenProfessor of Philosophy, Notre Dame UniversityThis book will do much to correct the common misapprehension that anyone who questions the Darwinian theory of evolution must be a Read more...

 
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The Major technical work of Intelligent Design Creationism

by vleighton (WorldCat user published 2011-12-31) Good Permalink

This book is the best written and most accessible of the works of the Intelligent Design movement of post-1986 creationism. Behe is one of the few members of ID that has a PhD in the biological sciences, so he is looked to by others for scientific and technical details.

 

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Irreducible Complexities

by stephen.rosenthal (WorldCat user published 2011-10-28) Very Good Permalink

Darwin's Black Box: the biochemical challenge to evolution has an fabulous portion on the support of irreducible complexities. This book is perfect to be used as a reference when discussing the validity of Creationism and also how evolution has been disproven because of recent study.

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