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Christianity Today’s 2005 Book Awards

Two ID books were selected among Christianity Today’s 2005 Book Awards: in the category of Apologetics/Evangelism, Lee Strobel’s The Case for a Creator; in the category Christianity & Culture, my book The Design Revolution (another of my books Intelligent Design: The Bridge Between Science and Theology received that same award in 2000). Awards like this are no doubt gratifying to the books’ authors. But more important from my vantage is that ID books being given these awards indicates that our message is getting out. For the complete list of CT 2005 Book Awards, go here.

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5 Responses to Christianity Today’s 2005 Book Awards

  1. Horrors! :-) You beat out Nancy Pearcey’s Total Truth. I am about ¾ of the way through it and love it. Oh well…Congratulations Dembski!

  2. Lee Strobel’s book is called The Case for a Creator, not The Case for Creation. The book should not have been nominated as it perpetuates the myth that evolution is weak or bad science. The book Perspectives on an Evolving Creation edited by Keith Miller or Coming to Peace with Science by Darrel Falk are vastly more accurate books both from a scientific and a Christian perspective.

    Phil P

  3. Thanks for correcting the title of Lee’s book (I was in a rush).
    As for your commentary, we see things differently. If ID is true,
    then Miller’s book is an exercise in evolutionary pietism and Falk
    is an honest theistic evolutionist still finding his way.

  4. “Thanks for correcting the title of Lee’s book”

    You’re welcome, looks like comments can’t be edited so I need to get it right the first time. Congratulations on the Christianity Today award. I don’t have Design Revolution yet, but I’ve flipped thru it, another one to get.

    Phil P

  5. Congratulations Bill, keep up the good work.

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