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Mere Creation; Science, Faith, & Intelligent Design, by Dembski, Ross and Behe

Mere Creation

Nineteen experts trained in mathematics, mechanical engineering, philosophy, astrophysics, ecology, evolutionary biology, and other disciplines challenge the reigning ideology of materialistic naturalism on both scientific and philosophical grounds, as they press their case for a radical thinking of established evolutionary assumptions. 

Intelligent Design: The Bridge Between Science and Theology, by William A. Dembski and Michael J. Behe

Intelligent Design

Darwin's Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution, by Michael Behe

Darwin's Black Box

A Case Against Accident and Self-Organization, by Dean L. Overman

A Case Against Accident & Self-Organization

Is it mathematically possible that accidental or chance processes caused the formation of the universe and the first living matter? Are current self-organization scenarios for the formation of the first living matter plausible? Addressing these questions, Overman, a lawyer, reviews the influence of metaphysical assumptions in logical analysis and then discusses evidence from discoveries in molecular biology and physics in the context of mathematical probability. He concludes that accident is not a mathematically possible explanation for the formation of a universe that contains life.

The Soul of Science : Christian Faith and Natural Philosophy, by Nancy R. Pearcey, Charles B. Thaxton (Contributor)

The Wedge of Truth, by Phillip E. Johnson

The Wedge of Truth

"By asking the right questions, Phil Johnson brilliantly exposes the fault lines of the reigning Darwinian orthodoxy and challenges its disciples who preach philosophical naturalism under the guise of science. The Wedge is a must read. Witty, engaging and insightful, it cuts to the heart of the most crucial issue of our day." Charles Colson, author of How Now Shall We Live?