Darwin's Black Box 

By Michael J. Behe

Synopsis: This now-famous book discusses the virtual impossibility of evolution on the cellular level. Written by a biochemist, this book explains in terms and allegories which the layman can readily understand, just what sort of challenge evolution faces up against. It concludes that since evolution could not have created complex cells, life must have been designed.

Strong Points: This book does an effective job of communicating to the reader why it would be so incredibly improbable for a process like evolution to create the human body (much less every living thing we see in the world). I recommend this book for those who are curious or troubled with this topic. 

Weak Points: Some chapters are a little less interesting than others.

Interesting: 3/5

Must Read: 2.3/5

Overall: 3.8/5


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