On this episode of ID The Future, two men influenced by Phillip Johnson's 1991 book Darwin on Trial pay tribute. At a recent event celebrating Johnson's impact, biologist and professor Dr. Paul Nelson says "the strongest cultural influence that the intelligent design community has had has been through its books - they change lives."
Dr. Jonathan Wells, a cell and developmental biologist, credits Johnson with convincing him that the evidence for common ancestry, a pillar of Darwinian evolution, was so thin it was simply "applied materialistic philosophy."
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