Publication Date: 2008
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Fazale Rana, a chemist concerned with demonstrating design in nature, focuses his attention on the remarkable cell. But rather than a simple refutation of secular evolutionist’s failure to produce a reason for the cell’s functionality, Rana draws out the cell’s unique witness to the Creator. This scholarly work tends toward progressive creationism, thus taking supposed evolutionary evidence into account to explain ultimate design despite seeming imperfections in said design.