Doubts About Darwin: A History of Intelligent Design

Doubts About Darwin: A History of Intelligent Design

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by Thomas Woodward
     
 
Deep in the halls of scientific academia, a debate has been quietly raging between Darwinian macroevolution and the theory of intelligent design. Doubts about Darwin follows the key players in this debate, confronts the challenge of scientific naturalism, and provides a stirring overview of this growing movement.

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Deep in the halls of scientific academia, a debate has been quietly raging between Darwinian macroevolution and the theory of intelligent design. Doubts about Darwin follows the key players in this debate, confronts the challenge of scientific naturalism, and provides a stirring overview of this growing movement.

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ISBN-13:
9780801065217
Publisher:
Baker Publishing Group
Publication date:
10/01/2004
Pages:
304
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.77(d)

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TheForthcoming01 More than 1 year ago
Thomas Woodward wrote a most excellent book about the history of the ID movement and to a certain extent the Darwinian movement as well. The book looks not only at the history of ID and Darwinism but also the rhetoric of bot...moreThomas Woodward wrote a most excellent book about the history of the ID movement and to a certain extent the Darwinian movement as well. The book looks not only at the history of ID and Darwinism but also the rhetoric of both sides as well. Woodward is very fair to both sides even though he himself is a Christian design advocate. Lot's of info and scientific facts abound in this book and at times it can get a bit technical and boring as well as over intellectual. Woodward talks a lot about Philip E. Johnson and his book Darwin on Trial as well as Michael Denton's book Evolution: A Theory in Crises and Michael Behe and William Dembski as well not to mention many evolutionists such as Gould and Futuyma. Nonetheless, I give Woodward's book 5/5 stars for his excellent writing and research into both sides of the evolution, design and origin of life debate as well as being fair and honest. Note: This book was written in 2003 pre-Dover trial