Check out this quote, from a Guardian
editorial opinion piece by Karen Armstrong:
The fundamentalists' rejection of science is deeply linked to their apocalyptic vision. Even the relatively sober ID theorists segue easily into Rapture-speak. "Great shakings and darkness are descending on Planet Earth," says the ID philosopher Paul Nelson, "but they will be overshadowed by even more amazing displays of God's power and light. Ever the long-term strategist, YHVH is raising up a mighty army of cutting-edge Jewish End-time warriors."
As a service to those of you who know Paul Nelson, I'll wait until you've picked up your jaws from the floor. ID critic Nick Matzke had a hard time believing it as well, and to his credit, he checked out the quote and posted his findings at the anti-ID blog The Panda's Thumb.
Since spurious quotations are bad in general, and not just when the creationists use them, I figured I should check this one. Googling the quote reveals exactly one hit, to a website named "David's Tent". This is apparently the website of Final Frontier Ministries, which is headquartered in Nashville. … [T]here is no evidence whatsoever of any connection between Paul Nelson and the quotes from the David's Tent webpage. For that matter, the word "Nelson" does not appear anywhere on the entire David's Tent website, according to google. The only mention of "Paul" on the page with the quotes is the Apostle Paul … Unless Karen Armstrong has some really amazing evidence that none of us have ever heard of before, She Goofed Big Time.