The Politically Incorrect Guide to Darwinism and Intelligent Design

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Simon and Schuster, Aug 21, 2006 - Religion - 288 pages
Darwin is an emperor who has no clothes— but it takes a brave man to say so. Jonathan Wells, a microbiologist with two Ph.D.s (from Berkeley and Yale), is that brave man. Most textbooks on evolution are written by Darwinists with an ideological ax to grind. Brave dissidents—qualified scientists—who try to teach or write about intelligent design are silenced and sent to the academic gulag. But fear not: Jonathan Wells is a liberator. He unmasks the truth about Darwinism— why it is wrong and what the real evidence is. He also supplies a revealing list of "Books You’re Not Supposed to Read" (as far as the Darwinists are concerned) and puts at your fingertips all the evidence you need to challenge the most closed-minded Darwinist.

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A very interesting read.
This short book actually covers a lot of ground concerning the menagerie of evolutionary claims and the thin ice or more appropriately the thin air they are stood upon. At
the very least the information included is a thought provoking professional overview--providing a solid springboard for further research should the reader choose to do so.
It is unfortunate that the main opportunity to write such a book exists due to intellectual dishonesty concerning evolutionary assertions. It is true that backing up the bus would be painful and expensive for many, but it would afterall be the right thing to do. The perpetuation of what amonts to outright lies and coverups, no matter how honest they began is more than disturbing.
Of course I think we all know why...

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