To be read:
In the Beginning Was Information: A Scientist Explains the Incredible Design in Nature, by Werner Gitt
Traipsing into Evolution: Intelligent Design And the Kitzmiller V. Dover Decision by David K. Dewolf
Darwinian Fairytales: Selfish Genes, Errors of Heredity and Other Fables of Evolution by David Stove
A Meaningful World: How the Arts And Sciences Reveal the Genius of Nature by
I'm not really interested in the one about political and legal issues having to do with ID because I don't really care about what the American Judiciary has pulled out of its own penumbra lately. Lawyers have killed language while asserting that they protect a living Constitution. Of course they do not protect anything but their own acts of will and power because the Constitution was constituted with and can only live by the definition of language. American legal culture rejected the designed capacity for adaptation that was built into the Constitution and instead shifted to mutating it to fit their own acts of will and power, all the while portraying themselves as protecting others against acts of "imposition."
If the Constitution was once "living," it is now a cadaver.