Orr, H. Allen
May 2005
New Yorker;5/30/2005, Vol. 81 Issue 15, p40
Discusses intelligent design (ID), a scientific theory for the evolution of Earth and man. Conflict of ID with the ideas of Darwinism; Distinction of ID from creationism; Arguments raised by biochemist Michael J. Behe and mathematician William A. Dembski in support of ID.


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