The Design Revolution by mathematician and philosopher William Dembski is perhaps the best “bang for your buck” treatment on intelligent design. Dembski is a leading design theorist and Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute. This popular work serves almost as an “FAQ” on intelligent design. It is ideal for the layperson who would like to understand intelligent design and see how design proponents answer objections from critics.
Darwinism, Design, and Public Education Edited By: John Angus Campbell and Stephen C. Meyer Publisher: Michigan State University Press This podcast provides a short review of this balanced volume which contains essays by both supporters and critics debating intelligent design and whether design should be allowed in public school science classes. The scholars approach the question from the standpoints of constitutional law, philosophy, rhetoric, education, and science. Visit the website at www.darwinanddesign.com
This episode offers a brief summary of intelligent design theorist Dr. William Dembski’s book The Design Revolution: Answering The Toughest Questions About Intelligent Design.Read More ›