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Darwinism and Intelligent Design
Darwin On Trial
by Phillip Johnson
A dispassionately logical assessment that gets right down to the philosophical underpinnings of Darwinism.
InterVarsity Press Paperback, 1991
Darwin's Black Box
by Michael J. Behe
Detailed arguments based on purely scientific considerations of why complex processes cannot have come about by the evolution from something simpler in a gradualistic Darwinian manner.
Free Press Paperback, 1996
Design Revolution, The
by William A. Dembski
Answering the toughest questions to intelligent design
InterVarsity Press Paperback, 2004
Edge of Evolution, The
by Michael Behe
The Search for the Limits of Darwinism
Free Press Hardback, 2007
Evolution Under the Microscope: A Scientific Critique of the Theory of Evolution
by David Swift
"A Scientific Critique of the Theory of Evolution." A molecular biologist's critical examination of how accumulating research findings fail to support the orthodox Darwinian paradigm that all forms of life have evolved from a common source.
Leighton Academic Press Paperback, 2002
Evolution: A Theory in Crisis
by Michael Denton
A biochemist's account of the neo-Darwinian theory's shortcomings as judged by the purely scientific evidence.
Adler & Adler Paperback, 1985
Forbidden Archeology
by Michael A. Cremo & Richard L.Thompson
A detailed examination of evidence suggests humans indistinguishable from ones alive today have existed for far longer than orthodox theory allows.
Torchlight Publishing Paperback, 1998
Forbidden Archeology's Impact
by Michael Cremo
How a controversial new book shocked the scientific community and became an underground classic.
Icons of Evolution. Science or Myth?
by Jonathan Wells
Standard examples of supporting evidence used in evolutionary textbooks for generations are not only flawed or plain wrong, but have been known to be so in some cases for over a hundred years.
Regnery Publishing, Inc. Paperback, 2000
Intelligent Design
by William Dembski
Is it possible to define precisely and measure the work of an intelligent agency that natural causes cannot imitate? Dembski maintains that it is.
InterVarsity Press Paperback, 1992
Lamarck's Signature
by Edward J. Steele, Robyn A. Lindley, & Robert V. Blanden
Molecular biology's challenge to the traditionally accepted genetic mechanism of evolution, which states that, apart from rare random mutations, genes are inherited unchanged from parents.
Perseus Books Paperback, 1998
Nature's Destiny
by Michael J. Denton
An intriguing case for concluding that the universe was preprogrammed for life to appear, pretty much as we know it.
Free Press Paperback, 2002
Free Press Hardback, 1998
No Free Lunch
by William A. Dembski
Is it possible to define, detect, and measure that quality we recognize intuitively as the work of an intelligence?
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. Paperback, 2002
Not By Chance! Shattering The Modern Theory of Evolution
by Dr. Lee Spetner
Presents the numbers that are routinely skated over or ignored, which show that biological innovation cannot be driven by random processes.
Judaica Press Paperback, 1997
Origins of Order, The
by Stuart Kauffman
How self-ordering in nature overcomes the inadequacies of Darwinism.
Oxford University Press Paperback, 1993
Quantum Evolution: Life in the Multiverse
by Johnjoe McFadden
A startling new theory, according to which quantum principles enable organisms to initiate such specific actions as directing favorable mutations of genes, as well as providing the basis for consciousness and volition.
W. W. Norton & Company Paperback, 2000
What Darwin Didn't Know
by Geoffrey Simmons, M.D.
Complexities of human physiology
Harvest House Paperback, 2004
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