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This is a unique book published by a well-known secular publishing house. Three groups of critics try to dismantle intelligent design (ID), but the ID advocates are given the chance to answer their critics.

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William A. Dembski and Michael Ruse (editors). 2004. Cambridge University Press, 405 pages (hard cover).

This is a unique book published by a well-known secular publishing house. Three groups of critics try to dismantle intelligent design (ID), but the ID advocates are given the chance to answer their critics in the latter part of the book. The critics are the Darwinists, others who believe in complex self-organization, and theistic evolutionists. They sometimes seem to have cogent arguments, but often employ much ad hominem criticism. Only rarely do they address the main arguments of ID, and they have the habit of making unsupported accusations of young earth creationism. ID advocates do a superb job in answering the challenges, especially to Kenneth Miller’s seemingly ID-falsifying assertions. The book provides insights into the current positions of the critics, but the reader should use discernment.

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