Since Nick Matzke has been back with his "ID=Creationism" talking point, I thought I would offer some one-stop shopping for those interested in this ID = Creationism meme. So bookmark this blog for future reference. After all, it's free.
ID101 outlines the proper starting place for thinking about ID. You'll notice that creationism is neither assumed nor concluded from such an approach. ID102 walks you through a specific example, clearly highlighting the fact that creationism is but one possible perspective that can exist within the larger teleological approach to biotic reality. The Birth of ID takes a historical look at the development of the modern ID concept. What we see are ideas that track back to Watson and Crick and express themselves in the context of the origin of life. Francis Collins and Intelligent Design outlines one way in which ID can be used to argue against creationism. The Creationist Fabrication outlines the way many critics employ the vague term 'creationist' in a way that is analogous to painting targets around arrows. Creationism and Propaganda effectively builds on this by documenting the propagandistic essence of the "ID = creationism" meme. Finally, Intelligent Design Creationism is the golden oldie that outlines many other problems with the "˜creationism' label. Enjoy.