The so-called “anti-evolution” charge against intelligent design is what sparked my initial interest in Alfred Russel Wallace some years ago.
Casey Luskin examines a paper which argues that the famous beta-globin pseudogene is functional. Why is this pseudogene famous?
According to Michael Behe, his critics have managed to provide little more than hand-waving, smoke screens, and the sweeping of crucial problems under the rug.
Rather than showing how their theory could handle the obstacle, some Darwinists are hoping to get around irreducible complexity by verbal tap dancing.
Says Michael Denton, “The book represents a devastatingly brilliant unanswerable response to his Darwinian critics and to the whole Darwinian worldview.”