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Biological Information: New Perspectives contains contributions from prominent proponents of intelligent design, such as Behe, Dembski, Wells, Axe, Gauger, and others.
A new design-based model of biology could help scientists understand how systems like metabolism arose.
Behe begins by observing that at the molecular level, far more mutations will cause loss-of function (LOF) than will cause a gain-of-function (GOF).
Is there functional information in DNA outside of the genes? And how about epigenetic information that exists outside of DNA entirely?