Excuse me if this argument has already been made before, I don't get much time to read these days, or sift through all the material on TOL, but a classic argument that I've read against ToE found in books such as, "Darwins Black Box", which I have read btw, as well as other critical books of evolution, is the bacterial flagellum. How could it evolve in a step-wise process? Its a fairly complex thing, and would not be useful unless it was all there, and is one of the key ways bacteria transport themselves around right? I'm no biology major, and biology is something that I would like to get a chance to study more in detail hopeully soon. Right now I'm focusing on learning physics/chemistry/electronics, which is a handful.
Have you read the whole book Darwin's Black Box?
If so, you should be aware that Behe states:
-The Earth is billion of years old.
- Evolution had produced new organisms.
- All organisms share a common ancestor.
- Humans evolved from apes.
Oh, and his Irreducible Complexity arguments states that there was no way for the flaggellum to have possibly evolved by Darwinian process. All that has to be done to refute a statement like this is to show that there is indeed a way that flaggellum could have possibly evolved by Darwinian process. This has been done, so the argument is obsolete.