This forward to the book Uncommon Dissent: Intellectuals Who Find Darwinism Unconvincing is a fascinating look into the mind of an intellectual leader of the ID movement who seems pretty put out with the myopic tyranny of Darwinism. I highly recommend this article to anyone who follows the ID movement on any level. I have not read the book, but I have read several of the contributors to great profit.
It has caused me to reflect about the place of Christian (or religious) views in the public square. The ID movement has argued that the public square is large enough for all views to be debated on their merits. This view seems to me to be almost overly reasonable-so reasonable, in fact, that it seems to be summarily dismissed by the current gatekeepers of the culture. Philip Johnson and others in the ID movement have made the comment that evolutionary theory/Darwinism has the money and the media on their side while the ID movement has the science. A pretty bold claim! But it is one that they are willing to present to the bar of reason. That is one of the things I like so much about the ID movement.