Sometimes you don’t need a rigorous logical, scientific, or mathematical demonstration to reveal evidence of design in nature.
Bill Dembski pointed out that design detection, far from being an esoteric inference, lay in fact at the center of many normal human inquiries and activities.
Dr. Hedin argues that the dogmatic rule that natural science should only ever invoke natural causes has at its heart a logical problem.
Until now we’ve focused on all the applause from scientists. But of course the book is not just a scientific treatise. It’s also a great read.
They also answer logical challenges directed at intelligent design theory and highlight crucial problems with thinking that science thrives best on its own.