The list author says: "None of these books are worth the paper being wasted to publish them. They were all written by senior fellows of the "conservative" think tank known as the Discovery Institute or their friends or both. Regrettably, they are replete with what I would describe as mendacious intellectual pornography (Eminent philosopher of science Philip Kitcher regards Intelligent Design somewhat more charitably as "dead science". However, American Museum of Natural History anthropologist and author Richard Milner agrees with me that Intelligent Design ought to be regarded as mendacious intellectual pornography.)."
"Co-written by Discovery Institute fellows William Dembski and Jonathan Wells, this "textbook" is indeed a sterling example of the art of prevarication as practiced by these two mendacious intellectual pornographers. From a personal perspective, Chapter Three reads like the standard creationist nonsense I have encountered for decades about the fossil record."
"Lehigh University biochemist Michael Behe claims to have discovered "the limits to Darwinism"; a claim based on a poor understanding of probability theory and statistics and woeful ignorance of contemporary evolutionary theory, especially with regards to coevolution and other aspects of evolutionary ecology. Unfortunately for Behe, the only limits found by him so far is his rather inane intellect."
"Canadian Intelligent Design advocate Denyse O'Leary's peculiar understanding of modern neuroscience from a creationist perspective, co-written with a neurologist, Dr. Mario Beauregard, who shares her inane belief system."
"Philosopher Steve Fuller's absurd defense of Intelligent Design. It demonstrates only his profound ignorance of science, in stark contrast to excellent work by such distinguished philosophers of science as Philip Kitcher and Robert Pennock, among others."
"Simmons recycles the standard creationist rubbish that the fossil record doesn't show transitional forms. It is essentially one long - and quite - absurd argument against an exceeding rich, quite diverse, fossil record for our planet."