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An Interview with Michael Behe author of The Edge of Evolution
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Publish-date-icon June 13, 2007
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THE EDGE OF EVOLUTION: The Search for the Limits of Darwinism published by Free Press is CSC Senior Fellow Michael Behe’s long-awaited follow up to his 1996 bestseller Darwin’s Black Box. While Darwin’s Black Box was the book that helped launch the intelligent design movement, The Edge of Evolution is certain to be a revelation and a bombshell in its own ways, and is already inviting comment and critique from scientists around the world.

In The Edge of Evolution Behe delves deeper into biochemistry and presents landmark evidence that devastatingly disproves that random mutation is a major part of evolution. Going even further Behe shows that life developed non-randomly from cells to animals.

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