Signs of Intelligence: Understanding Intelligent Design

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William Dembski, James Kushiner
Baker Publishing Group, Mar 1, 2001 - Science - 224 pages
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Fourteen brief and accessible essays by key players in the intelligent design movement.

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This is perhaps the most important book in the past twenty years -- providing ample evidence that our world is the product of Intelligent Design -- not only apparent, but absolutely Personal. It is ... Read full review


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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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