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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,02:08   

I just bought Thomas Woodward's Darwin Strikes Back, published last year.  In the foreword, Dembski writes this:
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Woodward is optimistic, as am I, about the ultimate outcome of the controversy over ID, and he concludes his careful analysis with some pretty daring predictions.  If he is right, we may look forward to a third volume from his hand, one to complete a trilogy on the ID movement that started with Doubts About Darwin and now has issued in Darwin Strikes Back.  If he is right, this third volume could appropriately be called The Triumph of Design.  But since "Darwin" figures in the titles of previous volumes in the trilogy, he may want to go with something like Darwin's Doddering Idea or Darwinism -- The Senescent Years.


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