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Intelligent design creationism and its critics : philosophical, theological, and scientific perspectives, edited by Robert T. Pennock

Label
Intelligent design creationism and its critics : philosophical, theological, and scientific perspectives
Title
Intelligent design creationism and its critics
Title remainder
philosophical, theological, and scientific perspectives
Statement of responsibility
edited by Robert T. Pennock
Title variation
Intelligent design creationism & its critics
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
231.7/652
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
BS652
LC item number
.I58 2001
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Pennock, Robert T
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Creationism
  • Evolution (Biology)
  • Evolution (Biology)
  • Religion and science
  • Science
Target audience
adult
Label
Intelligent design creationism and its critics : philosophical, theological, and scientific perspectives, edited by Robert T. Pennock
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
"A Bradford book."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Phillip E. Johnson
  • Reply: Johnson's Reason in the balance
  • Robert T. Pennock
  • When faith and reason clash: evolution and the Bible
  • Alvin Plantinga
  • When faith and reason cooperate
  • Howard J. Van Till
  • Plantinga's defense of special creation
  • Ernan McMullin
  • Evolution, neutrality, and antecedent probability: a reply to McMullin and Van Till
  • The
  • Alvin Plantinga
  • Molecular machines: experimental support for the design inference
  • Michael J. Behe
  • Born-again creationism
  • Philip Kitcher
  • Biology remystified: the scientific claims of the new creationists
  • Matthew J. Brauer,
  • Daniel R. Brumbaugh
  • Methodological naturalism?
  • Alvin Plantinga
  • wedge at work: how intelligent design creationism is wedging its way into the cultural and academic mainstream
  • Methodological naturalism under attack
  • Michael Ruse
  • Plantinga's case against naturalistic epistemology
  • Evan Fales
  • Plantinga's probability arguments against evolutionary naturalism
  • Branden Fitelson,
  • Elliott Sober
  • Creator or blind watchmaker?
  • Phillip E. Johnson
  • Phillip Johnson on trial: a critique of his critique of Darwin
  • Barbara Forrest
  • Nancey Murphy
  • Welcoming the "disguised friend" - Darwinism and divinity
  • Arthur Peacocke
  • The
  • creation: intelligently designed or optimally equipped?
  • Howard J. Van Till --
  • Evolution as dogma: the establishment of naturalism
  • Phillip E. Johnson
  • Naturalism, evidence, and creationism: the case of Phillip Johnson
  • Robert T. Pennock
  • Response to Pennock
  • Intelligent design as a theory of information
  • William A. Dembski
  • Information and the argument from design
  • Peter Godfrey-Smith
  • How not to detect design - critical notice: William A. Dembski, The design inference
  • Branden Fitelson,
  • Christopher Stephens,
  • Elliott Sober
  • The
  • "information challenge"
  • Is theism compatible with evolution?
  • Richard Dawkins
  • Who's got the magic?
  • William A. Dembski
  • The
  • wizards of ID: reply to Dembski
  • Robert T. Pennock
  • The
  • panda's thumb
  • Stephen Jay Gould
  • The
  • Roy Clouser
  • role of theology in current evolutionary reasoning
  • Paul A. Nelson
  • Appealing to ignorance behind the cloak of ambiguity
  • Kelly C. Smith
  • Nonoverlapping magisteria
  • Stephen Jay Gould
  • Why creationism should not be taught in the public schools
  • Robert T. Pennock
  • Creation and evolution: a modest proposal
  • Alvin Plantinga
  • Is genetic information irreducible?
  • Reply to Plantinga's "modest proposal"
  • Robert T. Pennock
  • Phillip E. Johnson
  • Reply to Phillip Johnson
  • Richard Dawkins
  • Reply to Johnson
  • George C. Williams
Control code
ocm46729201
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xx, 805 pages
Isbn
9780262162043
Lccn
2001031276
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
231.7652 In8 ; P ; ANF ; AD ; NEW11-02BT3.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o46729201
  • (Sirsi)7272094
Label
Intelligent design creationism and its critics : philosophical, theological, and scientific perspectives, edited by Robert T. Pennock
Publication
Copyright
Note
"A Bradford book."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Phillip E. Johnson
  • Reply: Johnson's Reason in the balance
  • Robert T. Pennock
  • When faith and reason clash: evolution and the Bible
  • Alvin Plantinga
  • When faith and reason cooperate
  • Howard J. Van Till
  • Plantinga's defense of special creation
  • Ernan McMullin
  • Evolution, neutrality, and antecedent probability: a reply to McMullin and Van Till
  • The
  • Alvin Plantinga
  • Molecular machines: experimental support for the design inference
  • Michael J. Behe
  • Born-again creationism
  • Philip Kitcher
  • Biology remystified: the scientific claims of the new creationists
  • Matthew J. Brauer,
  • Daniel R. Brumbaugh
  • Methodological naturalism?
  • Alvin Plantinga
  • wedge at work: how intelligent design creationism is wedging its way into the cultural and academic mainstream
  • Methodological naturalism under attack
  • Michael Ruse
  • Plantinga's case against naturalistic epistemology
  • Evan Fales
  • Plantinga's probability arguments against evolutionary naturalism
  • Branden Fitelson,
  • Elliott Sober
  • Creator or blind watchmaker?
  • Phillip E. Johnson
  • Phillip Johnson on trial: a critique of his critique of Darwin
  • Barbara Forrest
  • Nancey Murphy
  • Welcoming the "disguised friend" - Darwinism and divinity
  • Arthur Peacocke
  • The
  • creation: intelligently designed or optimally equipped?
  • Howard J. Van Till --
  • Evolution as dogma: the establishment of naturalism
  • Phillip E. Johnson
  • Naturalism, evidence, and creationism: the case of Phillip Johnson
  • Robert T. Pennock
  • Response to Pennock
  • Intelligent design as a theory of information
  • William A. Dembski
  • Information and the argument from design
  • Peter Godfrey-Smith
  • How not to detect design - critical notice: William A. Dembski, The design inference
  • Branden Fitelson,
  • Christopher Stephens,
  • Elliott Sober
  • The
  • "information challenge"
  • Is theism compatible with evolution?
  • Richard Dawkins
  • Who's got the magic?
  • William A. Dembski
  • The
  • wizards of ID: reply to Dembski
  • Robert T. Pennock
  • The
  • panda's thumb
  • Stephen Jay Gould
  • The
  • Roy Clouser
  • role of theology in current evolutionary reasoning
  • Paul A. Nelson
  • Appealing to ignorance behind the cloak of ambiguity
  • Kelly C. Smith
  • Nonoverlapping magisteria
  • Stephen Jay Gould
  • Why creationism should not be taught in the public schools
  • Robert T. Pennock
  • Creation and evolution: a modest proposal
  • Alvin Plantinga
  • Is genetic information irreducible?
  • Reply to Plantinga's "modest proposal"
  • Robert T. Pennock
  • Phillip E. Johnson
  • Reply to Phillip Johnson
  • Richard Dawkins
  • Reply to Johnson
  • George C. Williams
Control code
ocm46729201
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xx, 805 pages
Isbn
9780262162043
Lccn
2001031276
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
231.7652 In8 ; P ; ANF ; AD ; NEW11-02BT3.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o46729201
  • (Sirsi)7272094

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