This volume is, to date, the most comprehensive and balanced collection of essays debating design.
While those two essays are by opponents of ID, they do a good, respectful job of encapsulating some of the chief events and players in the movement.
Since there is no evidence for a designer, chance, necessity, a combination of chance and necessity, the universe must not be intelligible.
Chapter 1 William A. Dembski and Michael Ruse
"Intelligent Design is the hypothesis that in order to explain life it is necessary to suppose the action of an unevolved... Read more
This book has to be the best contemporary reference for the ever lasting debate on the philosophical and scientific controversy of creation-evolution. Read morePublished on March 23, 2010 by Andre Von H. Soares
This Cambridge University Press volume, co-edited by leading design theorist William Dembski and leading Darwinist philosopher of science Michael Ruse, provides perspectives from... Read morePublished on June 21, 2006 by Discovery Reviewer
As indicated (p.388) by the last of the authors, Stephen C. Meyer, Darwin's natural selection, in its central distinction, lacks purposiveness or goal-directedness in organisms. Read morePublished on June 8, 2006 by Paul Vjecsner
Today I asked my 10 year old, "If I placed all the delicate parts of a watch in a bowl and just left them there, how many years do you suppose it would take to turn into a watch? Read morePublished on September 1, 2005 by SDS
Collects essays by well-known figures in philosophy and theology who are concerned with the question of divine design in the world. Read morePublished on February 20, 2005 by Taner Edis
This is a very useful collection of essays on the design debate, with a good mix of viewpoints. But, unfortunately, a strange thing has happened, Darwinists and Intelligent Design... Read morePublished on October 25, 2004 by John C. Landon