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Learn about the personal side of Lehigh University biochemistry professor Michael Behe, proponent of intelligent design.
Biochemist Michael Behe shares how he came to write Darwin’s Black Box supplemented by additional comments from his colleagues Stephen Meyer and Paul Nelson.
Biochemist Michael Behe discusses the greatest accomplishment of biologist Michael Denton’s path-breaking book Evolution: A Theory in Crisis.
John G. West, co-founder of Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture, describes the founding of the Center with philosopher of science Stephen Meyer.