William Dembski Explains Why Intelligent Design Does Not, and Cannot, Make Sense Under Materialist Premises
It often seems that in conversation with our Darwinist interlocutors, there's a fundamental non-meeting of minds. For them, intelligent design doesn't make sense, as if the language itself that we use were incomprehensible to them. That's because under their premises -- methodological naturalism, their picture of the world and how it must work -- ID can't make sense! In his forthcoming book, Being as Communion: A Metaphysics of Information, eminent ID theorist William Dembski sketches the alternative scientific worldview based on information theory where ID becomes intelligible.
Above you'll find a brief and satisfying explanation from Dr. Dembski, whose book you can still pre-order now at a steep 34 percent discount -- just $22.95 which includes free shipping! But you'll need to act promptly, before September 30, otherwise the opportunity will be irretrievably lost!