Books by Michael J. Behe

Released: June 5, 2007

"Not science, but a tract to comfort those who want to believe."
More on Intelligent Design from its chief proponent, who trots out even more minutiae on the "irreducible complexities" of cells and their parts previously discussed in Darwin's Black Box (1996). Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 2, 1996

"Behe is a Roman Catholic), but it is neither necessary nor sufficient for many other practicing scientists."
Behe (Biochemistry/Lehigh Univ.) offers the thesis that biochemistry provides so many examples of ``irreducible complexity'' in nature that not even Darwinian gradualism can explain their evolution and existence. Read full book review >