The Lynching of Bill Dembski

Heeren, Fred
November 2000
American Spectator;Nov2000, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p44
Highlights the accusations of scientists against mathematician Bill Dembski. Background on his Michael Polanyi Center; Criticisms on his intelligent design concept; Definition of his intelligent design concept. INSET: Top 10 Accusations.


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