In this article, Peter S. Williams defends one of the key statements of Intelligent Design theory, namely that specified complexity reliably points to intelligent design. He cites atheistic scientists, as well as Christian scientists and philosophers, to show that they all explicitly or implicitly assume that specified complexity is a reliable criterion for detecting intelligent design.

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This article first appeared in Philosophia Christi Vol.9, No.2, 2007 and appears here by permission of the Evangelical Philosophical Society.

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