Darwin ' s Black Box : The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution

  title={Darwin ' s Black Box : The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution},
  author={Thane Hutcherson Ury},
  • Thane Hutcherson Ury
  • Published 2009
Periodically a book is catapulted on the scene that commands the attention of all factions in the creation/ evolution debate. Michael Behe's Darwin's Black Box is just such a text. Behe, professor of Biochemistry at Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, has breathed new life into the design argument and articulated an innovative critique of Darwinism which is as sure to fluster Darwinians, as it is to delight Biblical creationists. As with all of history's gadflies, Behe's apologetic is… CONTINUE READING

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