Last month I linked a review by John Armstrong of a Nova documentary on the Dover School Board case concerning intelligent design called Intelligent Design on Trial, filmed in 2007. I finally had a chance to watch all two hours of the documentary (in 12 segments) and I agree with John, it is really quite good.
My dad was research chemist all his life and I've been around science and scientists all my life. I'm fully aware that any number of scientists have let there methodological naturalism (which is essential to science) spillover into philosophical materialism. I sympathize with Christians who find such scientists arrogant and offensive. They often are. But intelligent design does not fit the strictures of science the attempt to insert errant scientific methods to counteract obnoxious philosophical materialists is of little benefit. Personally, I'm a theistic evolutionist and I think this documentary does a great job of illustrating the reasons I find ID unhelpful. I'm sure some ID enthusiasts would differ with me but I felt, for the most part, it was a respectful treatment of the events in Dover and of ID. If you haven't seen it, I'd really encourage you to give it a whirl.