Design of the Human Body Book and DVD Set
In the Design of the Human Body Book and DVD Set Get 1 copy of Poor Design An Invalid Argument Against Intelligent Design Book by Dr. Jerry Bergman and 1 copy of The Human Body: Poorly Designed or Perfectly Crafted? DVD with David Rives and Dr. Jerry Bergman.
For years evolutionists have claimed that the human body is poorly designed, containing numerous examples of flawed engineering. As the argument goes, no intelligent creator would intentionally make such defective parts, thus our bodies could not have been created.
Dr. Bergman explores the depths of this argument, examining the actual design quality of these supposed poorly engineered systems. In contrast, he challenges that each of these alleged flaws is exaggerated, misrepresented, or simply misunderstood. Instead, our bodies reveal extraordinary design.
The “argument from poor design” is one of the most common arguments hurled at proponents of Intelligent Design.
It’s also completely mistaken. The components of the human body which critics claim to be product of “poor design” are really instances of the critics’ own misunderstandings of the relevant engineering criteria. In this book, anatomy professor Jerry Bergman takes you on a tour of the human body’s most criticized features and helps you understand what they do and why they were made the way that they are.
The Human Body: Poorly Designed or Perfectly Crafted? DVD
Are our bodies perfectly designed? Are some of our biological systems designed with flaws? Are the knee, the retina, or the pharynx poorly designed? Get answers in The Human Body DVD.
Some would point to these features as evidence for evolution, but a careful examination might actually indicate just the opposite.
Dr. Bergman holds 9 degrees, including a Ph.D. from Wayne State University. With over 1,000 publications to his name, including over 20 books, his work has been translated into 13 languages.
“[Cells in the retina] serve as light tubes. So literally like a light tube it picks up light and carries it through the system.” – Dr. Jerry Bergman –
“The knee works really, really well considering the abuse it goes through. It is the most complex joint in the body.” – Dr. Jerry Bergman –