Intelligent design creationism and its critics philosophical, theological, and scientific perspectives

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Pennock, Robert T.
Format: eBook
Published: Cambridge, Mass MIT Press 2001
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Collection: Netlibrary - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • how intelligent design creationism is wedging its way into the cultural and academic mainstream /Barbara Forrest
  • Evolution as dogma: the establishment of naturalism /Phillip E. Johnson
  • Naturalism, evidence, and creationism: the case of Phillip Johnson /Robert T. Pennock
  • Response to Pennock /Phillip E. Johnson
  • Reply: Johnson's Reason in the balance /Robert T. Pennock
  • When faith and reason clash: evolution and the Bible /Alvin Plantinga
  • When faith and reason cooperate /Howard J. Van Till
  • Plantinga's defense of special creation /Ernan McMullin
  • Evolution, neutrality, and antecedent probability: a reply to McMullin and Van Till /Alvin Plantinga
  • Molecular machines: experimental support for the design inference /Michael J. Behe
  • Born-again creationism /Philip Kitcher
  • Biology remystified: the scientific claims of the new creationists /Matthew J. Brauer,Daniel R. Brumbaugh
  • Methodological naturalism? /Alvin Plantinga
  • Methodological naturalism under
  • William A. Dembski, The design inference /Branden Fitelson,Christopher Stephens,Elliott Sober
  • The "information challenge" /Richard Dawkins
  • Who's got the magic? /William A. Dembski
  • The wizards of ID: reply to Dembski /Robert T. Pennock
  • The panda's thumb /Stephen Jay Gould
  • The role of theology in current evolutionary reasoning /Paul A. Nelson
  • Appealing to ignorance behind the cloak of ambiguity /Kelly C. Smith
  • Nonoverlapping magisteria /Stephen Jay Gould
  • Why creationism should not be taught in the public schools /Robert T. Pennock
  • Creation and evolution: a modest proposal /Alvin Plantinga
  • Reply to Plant