We believe that ideas move the world, and so much of what we do is support the research, writing, and dissemination of books by creative thinkers with fresh ideas about how we should understand our world. This page contains an annotated list of books written by past and present Center for Science and Culture Fellows. Many of the books focus on scientific debates over such topics as intelligent design, cosmology, the origin of life, the origin of mind, and the evolution of biological complexity. Other books explore the cultural impact of science or the relationship between science and faith. Several of these works—such as Darwin’s Black Box, The Design Inference, Signature in the Cell, and The Privileged Planet—have re-shaped debates in both science and culture by bringing new evidence to bear on important questions.