The fine-tuning of the physical parameters, forces, and laws of nature could hardly have been established by a bottom-up approach.
Is there an empirical method to determine whether a system is the product of chance or design?
French philosopher René Girard discovered something new, new but very old, about human behavior.
Twenty-five years later, Dembski’s arguments stand firm, and a second edition with fresh analysis and insight is now available to a new generation.
The understanding of what it takes to build complex systems sheds light on the causal hurdles that would be necessary for evolutionary processes to overcome.