New York Times: Darwinists and Doubters
This is the type of article I don't like because it doesn't really tell the reader much of anything. OK, so some people say the complexity of life is proof of a designer, and others say otherwise. But how does that advance the story? If I could find a historian somewhere who said the Roman Empire had never existed and was simply the work of a bunch of fakers who made bogus artifacts, would the Times give my historian his say in its pages?