Behe and Pat Flynn tackle critiques from Alvin Plantinga, Graham Oppy, Russell Doolittle, Kenneth Miller, and others.
Any evolution beyond the level of genus — for instance, the separate families containing cats and dogs — cannot be achieved through mindless Darwinian mechanisms.
Rosenhouse’s book is objectively bad. It purports to be a critique of mathematics as used by ID proponents and of my mathematical work in particular.
While the sun, moon, and stars move according to natural laws, it doesn’t follow that the complex forms we find in biology arose purely through natural laws.
Dr. Behe says that his skepticism toward neo-Darwinism stemmed purely from his scientific research.