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Game-Changing New Book by Stephen Meyer To Be Released in June

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Preorder Darwin's DoubtOver at Evolution News & Views, Stephen Meyer’s forthcoming game-changing new book on the Cambrian explosion and the origins of evolutionary novelty is announced. From the article,

We’ve been keeping something from you, dear readers, but now it can be told. The evolution debate is about to undergo a paradigm shift.

Darwin’s Origin of Species launched a revolution whose scientific, cultural and spiritual effects are still with us. Now a new revolution is on the horizon. On June 18, the HarperOne imprint of HarperCollins will publish Darwin’s Doubt: The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the Case for Intelligent Design, by Stephen C. Meyer.

The book’s official website is now live. Go there to pre-order your copy now — do so by April 30th, and receive 43% off and receive four bonus digital books. As someone who has read the book, I can assure you: This is a book not to be missed. If you thought Signature in the Cell was ground-breaking, wait till you get a hold of this.

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It's ok to doubt as long as you don't apostasize. Mung
Good fortune with impact and readership. Its excellent to press evolutionists on their presumptions about evolution if they are using the fossil record. However yEC does not accept these geological presumptions behind evolutionists or criticisms of evolution regarding the cAmbrian fossil assemblage. To all YEC asks that the operative thing here should be the scientific method. yet neither evolutionists or ID are doing the scientific method IN regards to biological conclusions about the cambrian. Instead its all about using geological presumptions about time/strata to connect/fail to connect the dots. Descent and complexity are not being determined here by biological scientific investigation. Instead conclusions are being drawn from biological DATA points. This is not conclusions on a particular subject by investigating the subject on its processes. anyways since both evolution and iD use these geological presumptions there is a chance here for a paradigm change. Just a bigger change is being used. Robert Byers
Alright, I just ordered the book and got my freebies too. Looking forward to receiving it. Eric Anderson
I'm a little leery of "game changing" and "better than Signature in the Cell" kinds of advertisements, but am definitely looking forward to reading this book. Signature in the Cell was excellent and I consider Meyer to be a careful and accomplished thinker, whose arguments need to be thoughtfully considered by anyone interested in the debate. Finances may be a bit tighter than usual right now, but I'll save my pennies and get this new tome very soon. Eric Anderson

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