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Discover how design reveals a designer and the attributes of the designer (Romans 1:20). Compelling examples of intelligent design are presented, including the human knee joint, the human blood circulation system, and peacock feathers.
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To illustrate how design does not happen by chance, Burgess compares the best of human design with design seen in creation. The talk shows how design in creation is even more sophisticated than the design of spacecraft and microscopes. The speaker shares his experience of designing the chain drive for Olympic racing bikes to illustrate how design does not happen by chance.
Stuart Burgess, professor of engineering design at the University of Bristol (UK), excels in mechanical engineering, both in man-made devices and God's design in nature. He has published many articles and books on his highly-respected research.