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Listen to Clip from New Short Documentary, The Biology of the Baroque

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906
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Michael Denton
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00:04:38
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On this episode of ID the Future, we feature a short clip from The Biology of the Baroque: The Mystery of Non-Adaptive Order. This documentary is based on a novel and incisive argument from Discovery Institute biologist Michael Denton, in his new book, Evolution: Still a Theory in Crisis. Evolutionists have good reason for demanding that we avert our eyes from biology’s delicate artfulness. None of that, after all, is explicable in light of the Darwinian theory that natural selection retains only what is useful from a “technical standpoint” of reproductive success. In the book and the video, Dr. Denton puts this quality of superfluous, luxurious “non-adaptive order” front and center.

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Michael Denton

Senior Fellow, the Center for Science & Culture and the Center on Human Exceptionalism
Michael Denton holds an M.D. from Bristol University, as well as a Ph.D. in biochemistry from King’s College in London. A Senior Fellow at Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture, Denton has had a critical impact on the debate over Darwinian evolution.
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