William Dembski, Ph.D.
Mathematician, Philosopher, Research Professor
Dr. William A. Dembski is Associate Research Professor in the
Conceptual Foundations of Science with Baylor University's
Institute for Faith and Learning. He is also Senior Fellow
with Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture. In
addition, he serves as Executive Director of the International
Society for Complexity, Information, and Design. Dr. Dembski
holds five graduate degrees including Doctor of Philosophy in
Mathematics from the University of Chicago, Master of Divinity
in Theology from Princeton Theological Seminary and Doctor of
Philosophy (in Philosophy) from the University of Illinois at
Dembski has received numerous fellowships and awards including
the National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship for
mathematics, the Notre Dame Postdoctoral Fellowship
(Department of Philosophy) for philosophy of religion and the
Templeton Foundation Book Prize on information theory
Dr. Dembski is
a frequent contributor to scholarly journals including Natural
History, Journal of Theoretical Probability, Princeton
Theological Review and Scottish Journal of Theology.
He is the author of The Design Inference: Eliminating Chance
through Small Probabilities, Intelligent Design: The
Bridge between Science and Theology and No Free Lunch:
Why Specified Complexity Cannot Be Purchased without Intelligence.
Dr. Dembski has also contributed chapters to the following volumes:
Naturalism: A Critical Analysis, Science and Evidence
for Design in the Universe, Mathematics in a Postmodern
Age and From Complexity to Life.