Defining Darwinian evolution as simply natural selection with random mutations, Behe clearly illustrates the flaws in such a theory. A pillar of the Intelligent Design movement, Behe has penned a worthy sequel to his phenomenally successful Darwin's Black Box, still working in an old-earth framework to point out the still-impossible model of non-theistic evolution. Being careful to delineate the elements and theoretical scope of Darwin's idea, Behe dissembles it to show what it can and cannot do. In so doing, he champions theistic evolution and helps flesh out Intelligent Design in a conversational way that anyone interested in the controversy will find accessible.
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