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Science and Evidence for Design in the Universe. Whethersfield Institute Proceedings

Michael J. Behe, William A. Dembski, Stephen C. Meyer

Ignatius Press, paperback edition, 234 pp., 2001

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Three leaders of the Intelligent Design movement have teamed up for this collection of papers published in The Proceedings of the Wethersfield Institute under the title Science and Evidence for Design in the Universe.

Mathematician William Dembski, author of The Design Inference and Intelligent Design, first argues that new developments in the information sciences make intelligent design objectively and scientifically detectable-he identifies the signs of design. Next, philosopher of science, Stephen Meyer, and biochemist Michael Behe, author of Darwin's Black Box, argue that these signs are now clearly evident in both the architecture of the universe and the features of living systems. Other essays by the authors defend the scientific status of the theory of intelligent design and show how that theory supports traditional religious belief without necessarily "proving" the existence of God. Michael Behe also responds specifically to critics of his best selling book, Darwin's Black Box, thus bringing readers up-to-date on the status of the contemporary design argument in biology.

Table of Contents:



William Dembski: The Third Mode of Explanation: Detecting Evidence of Intelligent Design in the Sciences

Stephen C. Meyer: Evidence for Design in Physics and Biology: From the Origin of the Universe to the Origin of Life

Michael J. Behe: Evidence for Design at the Foundation of Life Appendices:

Stephen C. Meyer: Answering Scientific Criticisms of Intelligent Design

Stephen C. Meyer: The Scientific Status of Intelligent Design: The Methodological Equivalence of Naturalistic and Non-Naturalistic Origins Theories

William DembskiI and Stephen C. Meyer: Fruitful Interchange or Polite Chitchat? The Dialogue Between Science and Theology

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