William A. Dembski & Jonathan Witt. 2010. InterVarsity Press, 175 pages. (soft cover).
There is much misinformation in the culture about the intelligent design movement. This book explains what intelligent design is and is not. It summarizes what intelligent design is known for: the complexity of nature, irreducible complexity, the design test, the poison of materialism in science, refuting “bad design,” and challenging evolution. But the book also updates their arguments and addresses popular questions by critics.