The Lehigh University biochemist haunts the dreams of Darwinists. Each of his three books sparked a firestorm of criticism.
Doubting Darwinian theory, we’re told, is nothing less than a threat to the public health.
How could blind evolution arrange biochemical parts into complex functional wholes one small step at a time, as Darwin and his followers envision?
The authors close by quoting Carl Sagan’s famous adage that “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.” Do they offer that kind of evidence?
The implication is that the editors — Denise Kirschner, Mark Chaplain, and Akira Sasaki — did not realize the article was about intelligent design.