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Biology and Biochemistry: Current Issues
Paul Nelson, John Bracht, and Joseph Francis

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Paul A. Nelson received his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, Department of Philosophy. His thesis critiques aspects of macroevolutionary theory in light of recent developments in embryology and developmental biology. Entitled On Common Descent, it will be published in the University of Chicago, Department of Ecology and Evolution's "Evolutionary Monographs" series (and the first in this prestigious series to critique neo-Darwinism). He is currently collaborating with Stephen Meyer and William Dembski on a book formulating a scientific theory of biological design. He has written several articles on the philosophical aspects of evolutionary biology, including one recently published in Biology and Philosophy.

Joseph W. Francis, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, Masters College, holds a Ph.D. from Wayne State University and is a member of the Society for Leukocyte Biology and the Council of Undergraduate Research. He has published numerous scientific articles in medical, biological and creation journals and a booklet entitled The Biblical Basis for the Sanctity of Life and Inviolability of Man. He currently serves on the editorial board for the journal, Occasional Papers of the Baraminology Study Group. His research interests include scientific creationism, cellular immunology, and microbiology.

John Bracht, B.S., is a doctoral student in biology at UC San Diego and Managing Editor for the International Society for Complexity, Information, and Design's journal, Progress in Complexity, Information, and Design. His conference talks include "Biological Complexity: Invention or Evolution?" and "Biological Insights from Russian Patents and the Theory of Inventive Problem-Solving."

Copyright ? 2004 by Biola University

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