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Darwin's Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution

Michael J. Behe

Free Press, 307 pages, paperback, 1996

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Michael Behe, Associate Professor of Biochemistry at Lehigh University, argues that the most convincing evidence for design is not to be found in the stars or the fossils, but in biochemical systems. In this very readable layman's guide to biochemistry, Behe uses examples such as vision, blood-clotting, and cellular transport to demonstrate that life comprises an astonishing array of chemical machines, made up of finely calibrated, interdependent parts that defy current naturalistic explanations. Behe surveys professional science literature and shows that it is completely silent on the subject, stymied by the elegance of the foundation of life.

"This book should be on the essential reading list of all those who are interested in the question of where we came from, as it presents the most thorough and clever presentation of the design argument that I have ever seen."
-- Robert Shapiro


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