William Dembski

William Dembski nsIn hmolscience, William Dembski (1960-) (CSRI:5) is an American mathematician-theologian noted, in religious thermodynamics, for his 1998 law of conservation of information, for his 2004 attempt at a fourth law of thermodynamics, and for his general promotion of “intelligent design” as the “Logos theology of John’s gospel restated in the idiom of information theory. [1] Dembski’s two main books on this topic are his 2002 No Free Lunch: Why Specified Complexity Cannot be Purchased without Intelligence and his 2004 Uncommon Dissent: Intellectuals Who Find Darwinism Unconvincing and followup 2007 book No Free Lunch: Why Specified Complexity Cannot be Purchased without Intelligence. [2]

References
1. (a) Ed brayton: on the Dover Trail (2 of 6) – YouTube.com.
(b) Humes, Edward. (2007). Monkey Girl: Evolution, Education, Religion, and the Battle for America’s Soul (pg. 289). Harper.
2. (a) Dembski, William A. (2004). Uncommon Dissent: Intellectuals Who Find Darwinism Unconvincing. ISI Books.
(b) Dembski, William A. (2002). No Free Lunch: Why Specified Complexity Cannot be Purchased without Intelligence. Publisher.

Further reading
● Dembski, William A. (2004). Uncommon Dissent: Intellectuals Who Find Darwinism Unconvincing. ISI Books.
● Bradley, Walter L. (2004). “Information, Entropy, and the Origin of Life” (pgs. 331-51), ch. 18, in Debating Design by William A. Dembski and Michael Ruse. Cambridge University Press.

External links
William Dembski – Wikipedia.

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