What Darwin Didn't Know

What Darwin Didn t Know Endorsed by William Dembski Ph D the scientist at the forefront of the intelligent design movement Darwin might have thought twice about publishing his theories if he had had access to today s medica

  • Title: What Darwin Didn't Know
  • Author: Geoffrey Simmons William A. Dembski
  • ISBN: 9780736913133
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Paperback
  • Endorsed by William Dembski, Ph.D the scientist at the forefront of the intelligent design movement Darwin might have thought twice about publishing his theories if he had had access to today s medical and microbiological discoveries Drawing on years of research, Dr Simmons demonstrates that the almost infinite complexity of the human anatomy simply could not have devEndorsed by William Dembski, Ph.D the scientist at the forefront of the intelligent design movement Darwin might have thought twice about publishing his theories if he had had access to today s medical and microbiological discoveries Drawing on years of research, Dr Simmons demonstrates that the almost infinite complexity of the human anatomy simply could not have developed by chance For example the body runs on battery power om the hundreds of mitochondria in each cell the two sexes evolutionary theory cannot explain why they exist every cell is its own pharmacist, chemist, and metallurgist Accessible, clearly presented, and utterly fascinating, What Darwin Didn t Know shows the human body to be a marvelous system constructed by an infinitely wise Designer.

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    1. What Darwin didn't know could fill an entire book, and oh, look, it has!"When mutations to genetic material are major, they are usually detrimental and incompatible with life (not an improvement). When they are minor, they typically dilute out and disappear.""If life on earth has existed for three billion years and our 100-billion-cell neurological system began to with a single cell, it would have required an average of 33 new and different neurons to be added every year. Each neuron would also [...]

    2. Geoffrey Simmons, a physician, came to the hospital where my wife worked to make a presentation on his book. She came home that night jazzed about all the things he had to say. After here glowing recommendation, I could not NOT buy the book.We hear so much about evolutionary theory and secular materialistic viewpoints in the mainstream media that one would think it's a settled fact. Dr. Simmons points out hundreds, hundreds! of contradictions to Darwin's view of evolution. This is not surprising [...]

    3. Picked this book up at my mom's for some quick "bathroom" browsingd ended up reading the whole thing. It's wasn't that the hypothesis was greatI just enjoyed the way he went through the systems of the body and described all the cool things our bodies do. Biology is awesome! From there he basically saidat is just too complex to be brought about by random mutations. And that was the crux of his argument - evolution couldn't do that. There are too many things dependent on other things to work, (fee [...]

    4. This book was written by a medical doctor who shows by incontrovertable evidence that the human body "had" to have been created by intelligent design.

    5. I had the privilege of hearing this author speak to physicians on this topic. The presentation was wondeful, so I bought his book.He's an M.D. who was once an atheist. He decided to convince his wife there was no god, but his research led him to become a believer and a Christian. The fossil record and life itself screams CREATION and Simmons gives many, many examples to prove it. Darwin didn't have the ability to research the way we do today and Simmons believes Darwin would have looked at thing [...]

    6. I've done a lot of reading on this subject, so most of the information presented wasn't new to me, but I did find that Dr. Simmons connected some of that information in ways that I hadn't seen or thought of before.

    7. This was an interesting and compelling read. Simmons really did his research and as an M.D. really knows his stuff. However, he seems to mainly present evidence against the evolutionary theory and little pointing directly to divine plan. Nevertheless, it was a very enjoyable read.

    8. I'm disappointed with my first anti-evolution book. Just a bunch of, "Oh, isn't a human being so wonderful? It is just too complex and sophisticated to have ever evolved from anything else."

    9. While the author occasionally draws tedious allegories, this book is extremely informative and sparks further interest in the human anatomy.

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