Wells encourages more than a modest dose of skepticism, and gives the example of the supposed “backward wiring of the vertebrate eye” as a case in point.
Neil Thomas explores some of the cultural influences that primed society to view the leap from non-life to life as easily made.
The once seemingly humble cilium is actually even more irreducibly complex than Dr. Behe suggested in his first book.
Yes, he doesn’t call it “intelligent design,” of course, and I’m confident he would deny the cell is designed.
Andrew McDiarmid and Eric Anderson discuss both the praise and criticism the book has received.