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The Politically Incorrect Guide to Darwinism and Intelligent Design (The Politically Incorrect Guides) Paperback – 17 Aug 2006
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To begin with, this book is far from objective. That in and by itself is fine as it's certainly not the only book that takes either side of the debate. What I object to however is that I cant escape the feeling that this book does little more than bash darwinism in a way that's not at all convincing. The author certainly makes a few valid points but even those seem to get somewhat distorted by the author's almost religious devotion to ID, this at the cost of some credibility. I eventually managed to read through the entire book but it took some effort. Another small pet peeve is that the book is extremely repetitive. Some points are repeated (I counted) 7 times. There's only so many times a bad analogy involving pig intestines hits home.
In other words, this book is so scarily inaccurate and ill-informed it is almost funny.
This book gets 1 star because I cannot give it zero.
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