Darrel Falk , former president of the BioLogos Foundation and a biology professor at Point Loma Nazarene University , reviewed the book, saying it illustrates why he does not support the intelligent design movement .  Falk is critical of Meyer's declaration of scientists being wrong, such as Michael Lynch about genetic drift , without Meyer having done any experiment or calculation to disprove Lynch's assertion. Falk writes, "the book is supposed to be a science book and the ID movement is purported to be primarily a scientific movement—not primarily a philosophical, religious, or even popular movement", but concludes "If the object of the book is to show that the Intelligent Design movement is a scientific movement, it has not succeeded. In fact, what it has succeeded in showing is that it is a popular movement grounded primarily in the hopes and dreams of those in philosophy, in religion, and especially those in the general public." 
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David and Michael turned me on to the relational wonder of post-structuralism, relational language and power relations. They mentored me on the idea that narrative therapy was a hard studied craft of appreciation, counter-story, relative influnece questions, improvisation, rights of passage and anti-individualism. After completing my PhD dissertation on the history and politic of their narrative therapy questions, Michael (along with Cheryl White) planned out the opening of the Vancouver School for Narrative Therapy in the Spring of 1992 (one night in 1991 – on the back of an Italian restaurant placemat).