Signs of Intelligence: Understanding Intelligent Design

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William Dembski, James Kushiner
Brazos Press, Mar 1, 2001 - Religion - 224 pages
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Fourteen brief and accessible essays by key players in the intelligent design movement.
  

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Review: Signs of Intelligence: Understanding Intelligent Design

User Review  - Branyon May - Goodreads

This is a nice brief primer for understanding how intelligent design is defined and constructed scientifically. The various chapters are written by a variety of authors and from a variety of backgrounds, which makes the definition and implementation of intelligent design very cohesive. Read full review

Review: Signs of Intelligence: Understanding Intelligent Design

User Review  - Mark - Goodreads

A good overview of the state of the discipline of ID Most essays were not new to me because of other reading, but some were very helpful in new info. Particularly chapts. 5, 10, 12. All were good, h Read full review

Contents

Preface
5
Challenging the Modernist
25
Gaining a Hearing
42
The Cultural
60
ScienceTheology and the Consideration
80
the Foundation of Life
90
DNA Design and Intelligence
102
The Evidence for Development
118
The Fatal Flaws of Natural Selection
128
The Fossil Record and Intelligent
145
The FineTuning of Constants
157
A Primer on the Discernment of Intelli
171
Is Intelligent Design Science? The Scientific Status and Future
193
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About the author (2001)

William Dembski is a mathematician and philosopher, as well as editor of Mere Creation and author of The Design Inference. James Kushiner is editor of Touchstone magazine.

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