Design Revolution Answering the Toughest Questions about Intelligent Design

ISBN-10: 0830832165

ISBN-13: 9780830832163

Edition: N/A

Authors: William A. Dembski, Charles W. Colson

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Features & Benefits- Addresses more than sixty of the toughest questions asked by experts and nonexperts- Includes questions asked of Dembski during his public lectures- Includes objections raised in professional reviews of intelligent design publications- Highlights the prospects and challenges facing the intelligent design movement today- Clear and concise- Written by a noted expert on and popular advocate of intelligent design
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Book details

List price: $26.00
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Publication date: 2/13/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 324
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Foreword by Charles W. Colson
Basic Distinctions
Intelligent Design
Scientific Creationism
Disguised Theology
Religious Motivation
Optimal Design
The Design Argument
Detecting Design
The Design Inference
Chance and Necessity
Specified Complexity
The Explanatory Filter
Reliability of the Criterion
Objectivity and Subjectivity
The Chance of the Gaps
Information and Matter
Information Theory
Biology's Information Problem
Information ex Nihilo
Nature's Receptivity to Information
The Law of Conservation of Information
Issues Arising from Naturalism
Varieties of Naturalism
Miracles and Counterfactual Substitution
The Supernatural
Embodied and Unembodied Designers
The Designer Regress
Selective Skepticism
The Progress of Science
Theoretical Challenges to Intelligent Design
Argument from Ignorance
Eliminative Induction
Hume, Reid and Signs of Intelligence
Design by Elimination vs. Design by Comparison
The Demand for Details: Darwinism's Tu Quoque
Displacement and the No Free Lunch Principle
The Only Games in Town
A New Kind of Science
The Significance of Michael Behe
Peer Review
The "Wedge"
Research Themes
Making Intelligent Design a Disciplined Science
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