Re: [asa] Behe's "Edge of Evolution"

From: Don Nield <>
Date: Sun Jan 20 2008 - 17:35:48 EST

The only review that I know of that meets all three criteria is the review by
Kenneth R. Miller in Nature (2007; 447: 1055-1056).
Behe has responded to Miller. You will need to assess whether Behe has addressed
Miller's main points.
Don wrote:
> Somebody at my church is going to present a 4-week class based on Behe's
> latest book (which I have not read). This person (retired public school science
> teacher) does not really have the background to judge the scientific
> arguments in the book, but then again neither do I.
> I wonder if anybody could recommend a critique (negative, positive, or
> mixed) of the book that would meet the following 3 criteria:
> 1) From a Christian perspective
> 2) From somebody with relevant scientific expertise
> 3) From somebody who is not a part of the ID movement
> Allan (ASA Member)
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