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In this book O'Leary provides by far the broadast overview yet of the ID movement. She quotes ID leaders such as Phillip Johnson, William Dembski and Michael Behe, as well as their sternest critics, including Richard Dawkins, Stephen J. Gould and Michael Ruse. Other topics include the Wedge movement, DNA, the age of the Earth, the search for extraterrestrial life, the teaching of ID in schools, and the monarch butterfly. She anticipates the culmination of the ID revolution by writing that Darwinism "was part of our folklore." This book is must reading for anyone who wants to understand the history and significance of the Intelligent Design movement and is an excellent resource for high school and college classrooms.
Denyse O'Leary is a journalist who writes on topics related to science, religion, and faith. She is the author of several titles including Faith and Science: Why Science Needs Faith in the Twenty-First Century. In addition to being the faith and science columnist for ChristianWeek, O'Leary has also contributed articles for Christianity Today, Faith Today, and Christian Times.