Uncommon Dissent: Intellectuals Who Find Darwinism Unconvincing

Uncommon Dissent: Intellectuals Who Find Darwinism Unconvincing

William A. Dembski Robert C. Koons Cornelius G. Hunter Roland F. Hirsch Phillip E. Johnson Nancy R. Pearcey Edward Sisson J. Budziszewski / Oct 22, 2019

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  • Title: Uncommon Dissent: Intellectuals Who Find Darwinism Unconvincing
  • Author: William A. Dembski Robert C. Koons Cornelius G. Hunter Roland F. Hirsch Phillip E. Johnson Nancy R. Pearcey Edward Sisson J. Budziszewski
  • ISBN: 9781932236316
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      • William A. Dembski Robert C. Koons Cornelius G. Hunter Roland F. Hirsch Phillip E. Johnson Nancy R. Pearcey Edward Sisson J. Budziszewski

        A mathematician and philosopher, Dr William Dembski has taught at Northwestern University, the University of Notre Dame, and the University of Dallas He has done postdoctoral work in mathematics at MIT, in physics at the University of Chicago, and in computer science at Princeton University A graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago where he earned a B.A in psychology, an M.S in statistics, and a Ph.D in philosophy, he also received a doctorate in mathematics from the University of Chicago in 1988 and a master of divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1996 He has held National Science Foundation graduate and postdoctoral fellowships He is the recipient of a 100,000 Templeton research grant In 2005 he received Texas AM s Trotter Prize.Dr Dembski has published articles in mathematics, engineering, philosophy, and theology journals and is the author editor of over twenty books His most comprehensive treatment of intelligent design to date, co authored with Jonathan Wells, is titled The Design of Life Discovering Signs of Intelligence in Biological Systems.As interest in intelligent design has grown in the wider culture, Dr Dembski has assumed the role of public intellectual In addition to lecturing around the world at colleges and universities, he is frequently interviewed on the radio and television His work has been cited in numerous newspaper and magazine articles, including three front page stories in the New York Times as well as the August 15, 2005 Time magazine cover story on intelligent design He has appeared on the BBC, NPR Diane Rehm, etc , PBS Inside the Law with Jack Ford Uncommon Knowledge with Peter Robinson , CSPAN2, CNN, Fox News, ABC Nightline, and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.


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    1. To do this book justice would be to review each chapter separately, as they are all written by different authors. The list is extensive and noteworthy, and it includes names like William Dembski (the editor), David Berlinski, Michael Behe, Michael Denton, Phillip Johnson, Frank Tipler, and others. You might recognize a few of those names from their own books on the topic(s) at hand. If not, you should certainly check them out. Berlinski in particular is highly intelligent, erudite, and acerbical [...]



    2. Uncommon Dissent presents fourteen essays by leading intellectuals in the Intelligent Design movement, each discussing one aspect of the intellectual case for doubting the neo-Darwinian model of undirected evolution in Earth's biosphere. Some of the essays explain personal journeys to skepticism, while others discuss current evidence in genetics, microbiology, natural law, or philosophy.This is not a book for the casual reader. The authors are serious scholars and some of them become very techni [...]


    3. A collection of essays by leading scientists and intellectuals that blows the myth of evolution to pieces!With the exception of one or two essays, the book is written completely in layman's terms. A must read for those who refuse to buy into the dogmatic cult of evolutionists.


    4. The book is wild! And not some crackerjack defense of Noah getting two T-Rexes on the ark. Many of the authors here are not religious at all, though I found even the evangelicals (whom I would normally shy away from, because I'm a bigot) surprisingly refreshing and convincing.The book is about much more than biological evolution, which is definitely an established fact. It's primarily about some of the public policy and academic spinoffs of Darwinian theory, many of which are downright barbaric [...]


    5. Excellent book which addresses some of the holes in Darwinian (macro) evolution. The volume is a series of chapters by different authors, and is very well written. Some of the topics / issues raised include:- The bias against and suppression of anti-Darwinian scientific papers- Irreducible complexity - particularly inside the cell- The relative lack of DNA variability: if natural selection is the operating mechanism, why is there so little variability in both DNA content and the DNA replication [...]


    6. Great resource for those interested in the current scientific debate going on today. William Dembski is the leader of a new movement of scientists questioning the theory of evolution currently being taught as absolute truth.




    7. This was heavier and more complicated than I expected (after reading Intelligent Design: The Bridge Between Science Theology by the same author a number of years ago). Several of the chapters were quite compelling and interesting, and others rolled my eyes into the back of my head, but I enjoyed the read.


    8. The best part of this book, I think, is the introductory thoughts by Dembski. A collection of articles on intellectuals who doubt neo-darwinian theory.



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