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11. Event: Interpreting Evolution: Scientific and Religious Perspectives (Haver...
Michael Behe - Order and Design Ken Miller - Paley in a Test-Tube Larry Sullivan - Epics, Epochs and Apex: How the World's Religions Interpret Evolution
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12. Evolution Topic: Should ID advocates be expelled?
origins of taxa? But Michael Behe - perhaps the most famous ID advocate in all the world (and not included in the film) - doesn’t believe that. Ok, is it just that there are some things that natural law is inadequate to explain,
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13. Intelligent Design Topic: The Core of Dembski’s Case for ID
played a prominent role in Michael Behe ’s book, Darwin ’s Black Box , as an example of a biotic system that exhibits the quality he called irreducible complexity . Dembski considers irreducible complexity - after he carefully
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14. Intelligent Design Topic: Darwinism = evolution + maximal naturalism
natural processes alone. Michael Behe , for instance, says I find the idea of common descent (that all organisms share a common ancestor) fairly convincing, and have no particular reason to doubt it. ...Although Darwin ’s mechanism -
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15. Intelligent Design Topic: Intelligent Design as a Positive Research Program
is of course biology, with Michael Behe 's irreducibly complex biochemical systems, like the bacterial flagellum , having thusfar attracted the most attention. In my view, however, the most promising research in this area is now being done at the
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