Signs of design

Turner, J. Scott
June 2007
Christian Century;6/12/2007, Vol. 124 Issue 12, p18
The author reports on his beliefs regarding intelligent design. The author, according to the article, does not view intelligent design as a threat to biology or public education. The core ideals of intelligent design are discussed in the article. The author offers examples throughout the article of why he believes intelligent design to be factual.


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