Darwinism Versus Intelligent Design

March 2003
Commentary;Mar2003, Vol. 115 Issue 3, p9
Presents several comments on an article on Darwinism. Reasons for the failure of the intelligent-design theory; Controversies over the theory of Darwinism; Mechanism of evolution not included in the Darwinism theory.


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