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How to be an intellectually fulfilled atheist (or not)

Author: William A Dembski; Jonathan Wells, Ph. D.
Publisher: Wilmington, Del. : ISI Books, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William A Dembski; Jonathan Wells, Ph. D.
ISBN: 9781933859842 1933859849
OCLC Number: 232128215
Notes: Edited and reorganized from the last chapter of "The design of life : discovering signs of intelligence in biological systems" by William Dembski and Jonathan Wells (Dallas : Foundations for Thought and Ethics, c2008).
"The compelling argument for Intelligence Design behind the controversial documentary Expelled : no intelligence allowed."--Cover.
Description: iv, 135 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Contents: The problem of life's origin --
A batch of red herrings --
Spontaneous generation --
Oparin's hypothesis --
The Miller-Urey experiment --
Primitive undersea simulation experiements --
Free oxygen --
Reversible reactions --
Interfering cross-reactions --
Racemic mixtures --
The synthesis of polymers --
The humpty-dumpty problem --
Harnessing the sun --
The proteinoid world --
The RNA world --
Self-organizing worlds --
Molecular Darwinism --
When all else fails : panspermia --
The medium and the message --
The god of the gaps --
Cellular engineering --
Irreducible complexity --
Conservation of information --
Thinking outside the box --
A reasonable hypothesis --
Epilogue: Atheism as a speculative faith.
Other Titles: Design of life.
Responsibility: William A. Dembski, Jonathan Wells.

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