Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Terminology Tuesday: Specified Complexity

Specified Complexity: A concept used in intelligent design arguments to indicate a state of affairs that is both improbable and specified. If something is an example of specified complexity, it is the product of a designing intelligence and cannot be accounted for by any naturalistic or otherwise impersonal causation.1

For more on specified complexity, read here.

1. Douglas Groothuis, Christian Apologetics: A Comprehensive Case for Biblical Faith, p. 679.