“The Design Revolution” by William Dembski
Dembski is a mathematician, philosopher, psychologist, and theologian. His premise in this book dealing with Intelligent Design is that we can mathematically determine if an activity or phenomena (in this book, usually evolutionary traits) resulted from intelligent design. He's not trying to tell us who or what is this intelligent designer, just whether, for instance, the bacteria flagellum could have evolved through random variation and natural selection, or whether it was designed by an intelligent agent. He says that there has not been even one sequence of random events that biologists have given to explain any complex evolutionary feature.
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