Darwin’s Dead Idea and the Man Who Helped Kill It

Linda Montgomery Buell | 84 pages | $11.50 (retail)

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This book contains a fascinating interview between James Barham, general editor of TheBestSchools.org, and mathematician and philosopher William Dembski, one of the pioneers of the modern intelligent design movement. Follow Dembski’s personal journey from his doubts about Western religion as a young man to his training as a mathematician and a philosopher and his rise to prominence as one of a new generation of thinkers making a rigorous case for intelligent design in nature. (more…)
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About the Book

This book contains a fascinating interview between James Barham, general editor of TheBestSchools.org, and mathematician and philosopher William Dembski, one of the pioneers of the modern intelligent design movement. Follow Dembski’s personal journey from his doubts about Western religion as a young man to his training as a mathematician and a philosopher and his rise to prominence as one of a new generation of thinkers making a rigorous case for intelligent design in nature.

Dembski has powerfully challenged academia’s reigning answer to the big questions: Where did we come from? And why is there something rather than nothing? Darwin’s Dead Idea introduces readers to one of the formative thinkers of the growing intelligent design movement. Published under the imprint of FTE Books.

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