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4/25/13 at 09:14 PM 15 Comments

Major Themes in Darwin's Doubt: Preorder Book by April 30 to Save

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Dr. Stephen Meyer's Signature in the Cell gave a ground-breaking inquiry into the mystery of the origin of life. Now, in Darwin's Doubt: The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the Case for Intelligent Design, Dr. Meyer presents new scientific evidence that challenges the Darwinian account of the development of animal life and points toward the reality of intelligent design. Listen to this podcast to learn about the major themes in the book and why the book is so important. Also, read more below.

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Darwin's Doubt has the potential to be another landmark for the intelligent design movement. "Having read myself it closely now," writes Casey Luskin, "I see at least three ... major reasons why this book is important, and worth reading." Luskin then lists those reasons:

  1. Arguments for intelligent design in the Cambrian explosion have certainly been made before. But Darwin's Doubt will be by far the most in-depth and mature development of those arguments to date, addressing in detail many ideas and rebuttals and theories advanced by evolutionary scientists, and showing why the theory of intelligent design best explains the explosion of biodiversity in the Cambrian animals.
  2. When published, Darwin's Doubt will be the single most up-to-date rebuttal to neo-Darwinian theory from the ID-paradigm. In this regard, one exciting element of Darwin's Doubt is that Meyer reviews much of the peer-reviewed research that's been published by the ID research community over the last few years, and highlights how ID proponents are doing relevant research answering key questions that show Darwinian evolution isn't up to the task of generating new functional information.
  3. As many ENV readers already know, we now live in a "post-Darwinian" world, where more and more evolutionary biologists are realizing that neo-Darwinism is failing, so they scramble to propose new materialistic evolutionary models to replace the modern synthesis. (These models include, or have included, self-organization, evo-devo, punc eq, neo-Lamarckism, natural genetic engineering, neutral evolution, and others.) In this regard, Darwin's Doubt does something that's never been done before: it surveys the landscape of these "post-neo-Darwinian evolutionary models," and shows why they too fail as explanations for the origin of animal body plans and biological complexity.

Here is another reason: You will discover the significance of this vertebrate fossil in the early Cambrian rock. It was not long ago that most Darwinists thought it very unlikey to find fully formed vertebrates so early in Earth history. Surprise! Learn how fossils like this severly challenge today's version of Darwin's theory.

(Reprinted by permission from Figure 4a, Macmillan Publishers Ltd.: Nature, Shu et al., "Lower Cambrian Vertebrates from South China," Nature, 402 (November 4, 1999): 42-46. Copyright 1999.)
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