Intelligent Design (ID) is a far-reaching model for origins that is often misunderstood by those on both sides of the issue — evolutionists and creationists alike. This compact guide breaks down the core beliefs of ID, contrasts them with those of evolutionary science and makes it all understandable and interesting. Written by William Dembski, a world-renowned expert on ID, and Sean McDowell, this book is for non-technical readers whose understanding may have been confused by educational bias and one-sided arguments and attacks. The authors explain the central theories of ID and show why scientific evidence increasingly conflicts with evolutionary theories. They also point out how both evolution and ID have radical implications for our culture . . . and what readers can do about it.