Intelligent Design: A New Look at Evidence on Origins, by Dr. Wayne House, offers an overview of the theory of intelligent design. From the introduction:
Intelligent Design (ID) is the theory that the origins of many aspects of nature, including life, and the universe, are best explained by an intelligent cause. It stands in contrast to naturalistic theories which argue that chance-based and undirected processes resulted in the origin and development of the universe and everything in it.
This book offers a concise explanation of the theory of intelligent design and definitions of key concepts, such as irreducible and specified complexity, answers to common questions about and criticisms of intelligent design, and biographical information on the key figures in the development of the theory.
A free sample version of this product offers an introductory overview of the theory of intelligent design and its place in the scientific debate over the origins of life and the universe.
H. Wayne House (MA, ThD, JD) is the Distinguished Research Professor of Theology, Culture, and Law at Faith Evangelical Seminary. He was previously Professor of Law at Trinity Law School, Trinity International University, and Associate Professor of Theology at Dallas Theological Seminary. He is the author, co-author, or editor of over 30 books, including Intelligent Design 101, and "Darwinism and Natural Law: Can Non-Naturalistic Scientific Theories Survive Constitutional Challenge?"