Behe's argument in Darwin Devolved

Behe has a new book out called A Mousetrap for Darwin. It puts together a lot of his essays over the last near quarter of a century, in reply to his critics. Notably his replies to the critics of DBB, also Edge of Evolution and Darwin Devolves. He was interviewed at the idthefuture podcast, where he discusses this new book.
 
Behe has a new book out called A Mousetrap for Darwin. It puts together a lot of his essays over the last near quarter of a century, in reply to his critics. Notably his replies to the critics of DBB, also Edge of Evolution and Darwin Devolves. He was interviewed at the idthefuture podcast, where he discusses this new book.
With everything else going on, I missed your comment here.

I haven't got that book, because I suspect most of it will be a rehash of stuff I have read already. However, I think the evidence against Darwin's Theory is extraordinary, and it is only going to grow in strength. In a way, it is surprising that such a weak, vague theory lasted so long.

Do you have a link to his interview?

David
 
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