It is past time for a Design Revolution. Darwinian evolution has so many challenges to it that schools just need to stop teaching it as a fact and represent it as the theory that it is. Schools suppressing the teaching of intelligent design are not painting a clear picture of the scientific evidence supporting such design. This book shows that the main problem is the unwillingness of the proponents of evolution to concede to the facts that seem to indicate design. Science looks at all sides and then makes a decision based on the facts. The intelligent design seen in this world cannot be ignored. William Dembski and Sean McDowell clearly present their case for ID and it comes through much clearer than the speculations of those who hold to natural selection and random chance. In my opinion, evolution is just bad science! Read the book and decide for yourself.


    • According to Merriam Webster, the term theory can be defined as follows: a hypothesis assumed for the sake of argument or investigation b: an unproved assumption : conjecture c: a body of theorems presenting a concise systematic view of a subject
      synonyms see hypothesis

      I was simply using the term in the most usual manner. I consider for this blog that a theory is simply an unproved assumption and not a fact.


  1. I’m curious, then, as to what you would consider Newton’s formulation of Gravity — a “fact,” “law,” “hypothesis,” “theory,” or something else? Same with Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, Kepler’s “Laws,” etc. Do you consider those first three “theories,” along with evolution, or do you opt to call them something else with an alternative definition?

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