Jonathan Wells. 2011. Discovery Institute Press, 150 pages.
Dr. Jonathan Wells is no stranger to avid readers of creation/ID literature. Employing his usual wit and writing skill, Dr. Wells keenly tackles the issue of so-called junk DNA. He provides semi-technical, but very readable explanations of the genome and the claims evolutionists have made about junk DNA. Dr. Wells also takes evolutionists to task for their exaggerated assertions, and shows that many of their conclusions have a ‘built-in’ assumption of evolution. Without such an assumption, they cannot arrive at many of these conclusions. This book is a must read for anyone interested in genetics and the arguments frequently offered by evolutionists.