Uncensoring and Simplifying the Scientific Case for Intelligent Design

Intelligent Design Uncensored: An Easy-to-Understand Guide to the Controversy is a book I’ve long hoped that someone would write. Don’t get me wrong — there are other good books out there that explain the fundamentals of intelligent design (ID) in plain language. But with clarity, elegance, and accuracy, Intelligent Design Uncensored fills this niche better than most. The authors, Dr. William Dembski (an expert in the technical arguments for ID) and Dr. Jonathan Witt (a writer with a strong grasp of the relevant science) — both Discovery Institute senior fellows — make an ideal team. After taking the reader on a tour of molecular machines and cellular complexity, Dembski and Witt condense the scientific thinking behind the design inference into Read More ›