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Darwinism Under The Microscope: How Recent Scientific Evidence Points To Divine Design

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Darwinism Under The Microscope: How Recent Scientific Evidence Points To Divine Design is an intelligent design book written by James P. Gills and published by Charisma House in 2002.

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It is a religious book which pretends to be scientific and consists of mostly recycled Christian creationist arguments and quotes from intelligent-design advocates Charles Thaxton and Phillip Johnson. It also contains essays by Michael Behe and William Dembski.[1] The main claim of the book is that complexity has been found in the cell which disproves Darwinian evolution.[2]

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