Joined: April 2007
Granville Sewell has to remind Barry Arrington not to leave the party line:
Please don’t refer to the Cornell proceedings as an “ID-oriented” book. I was at the conference, and while a majority (but certainly not all) of the presenters were ID proponents, I don’t recall that ID was ever mentioned by any of the talks.
However, as DiEB points out it's too late already:
|Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data|
Biological information–new perspectives : proceedings of a symposium held May 31, 2011 through June 3,
2011 at Cornell University / Robert J. Marks II, Baylor University, USA, Michael J. Behe, Lehigh University,
USA, William A. Dembski, Discovery Institute, USA, Bruce L. Gordon, Houston Baptist University,
USA John C. Sanford Cornell University, USA.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 978-9814508711 (hardcover : alk. paper)
2. Molecular genetics–Congresses.
3. Cell interaction–Congresses.
4. Mutation (Biology)–Congresses.
5. Intelligent design (Teleology)–Congresses. I. Marks, Robert J., II (Robert Jackson), 1950–QH426.B58 2013 572.8’629–dc23
"[...] the type of information we find in living systems is beyond the creative means of purely material processes [...] Who or what is such an ultimate source of information? [...] from a theistic perspective, such an information source would presumably have to be God."
- William Dembski -