Design Disquisitions: A Dialogue Between Peter S. Williams & Denis Alexander
|April 23, 2017||Posted by Joshua G under Biology, Christian Darwinism, Complex Specified Information, Darwinism, Design inference, Food for thought, ID, Intelligent Design, Irreducible Complexity, Philosophy|
There’s a new post up at my blog highlighting an excellent and lengthy exchange between ID critic Denis Alexander and philosopher Peter S. Williams (an ID proponent). This took place quite a few years ago but there’s much valuable information in the exchange. I recommend taking the time to read the back and forth from beginning to end.
Peter’s work has been a great help to me over the years, and it was primarily through reading some of his material on ID that made me join the ID community. I’ll be focusing on some of his other work in the future: