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Midwest Book Review says Signature in the Cell perfect for college level science reading

Midwest Book Review writes:

SIGNATURE IN THE CELL: DNA AND THE EVIDENCE FOR INTELLIGENT DESIGN argues that Charles Darwin did not refute intelligent design, and that the case has been misrepresented by the media and local school boards. SIGNATURE IN THE CELL is the first book to make a case for intelligent design based on DNA, and offers an investigation of evolutionary theories and the evidence that led him to affirm intelligent design. It's a weighty consideration perfect for college-level science and spirituality holdings.

The Midwest Book Review is long established review organization that provides information on new books and publications specifically designed for community and academic librarians, and booksellers/reatilers.


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