ID the Future Podcasting on Intelligent Design and Evolution
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Red Blood cell

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Dr. Michael Denton on Complexity and the Failure of the Machine Metaphor

On this episode of ID the Future, Dr. Michael Denton predicts the breakdown of the mechanistic explanation of cell biology and discusses the current impasse between materialism and origin of life research. In light of the incredible complexity of biological systems, Dr. Denton asserts that the Darwinian framework fails to account for even a relatively simple red blood cell, and recognizes the viability of intelligent design as an explanation of biological life.

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Dr. Michael Denton on the Emergent Properties of Cells

On this episode of ID The Future, Dr. Michael Denton discusses the higher order (emergent) properties of the red blood cell, which he explains is an example of a living system that can’t be built gradually with a Darwinian process like natural selection. Biology, says Denton, is an exciting arena. Within it, you can witness the laws of form and the exquisite patterns of nature that reveal an intelligence at work in the design of the universe.

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