Thursday, March 23, 2017

Classic Lecture: Blind Watchmaker? A Skeptical Look at Darwinism by Phillip Johnson


Here is a lecture by Phillip Johnson, one of the founders of the intelligent design movement.  In this talk, Johnson explains how he became a skeptic of Darwinism after reading Richard Dawkins' book The Blind Watchmaker.  He also summarizes the major conflicts between neo-Darwinian theory and natural science including the Cambrian explosion and the existence of bio-molecular systems of irreducible complexity.

This talk was filmed before a live audience at the University of Wales in 1997.

Some of Johnson's well known books that you may want to check out include Darwin on Trail, The Wedge of Truth and Defeating Darwinism.

Courage and Godspeed,
Chad

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