Is the Design Real? A clinical look at life’s complexity, design and ultimate causationSoft Cover
This attractively produced book (with a good number of colour illustrations) provides a clinician’s perspective on the evidence for design in living things. Specific scenarios are dissected from examples of real cases in clinical medicine and surgery, as well as descriptions of some of the amazing integrated systems that exist in human physiology. Read about the critical processes that must be successfully navigated at the time of birth for every individual to have any prospect of survival. Beyond that, think about the nature of thinking itself.
This book is a powerful challenge to the belief that the universe, life, and conscious experience can result only from unguided, natural processes. It is written from an Intelligent Design perspective, so there are no biblical references; nevertheless, it strongly affirms that an ingenious, powerful God is the only sensible explanation for the incredible design we observe.