William A. Dembski, in UNCOMMON DISSENT, INTELLECTUALS WHO FIND DARWINISM UNCONVINCING has commented upon Miller's article and said Despite Miller's promises to the contrary, don't look for a refutation of irreducible complexity there. None of Miller's arguments against irreducible complexity withstands scrutiny.... Miller refers his readers to "four glittering examples of what Behe claimed would never be found." Go to the articles that Miller cites, however, and you'll find that Miller's four glittering examples not only fail to be detailed but also fail to be irreducibly complex. Miller isn't even in the right ballpark.
Two suggestions: 1. Christians are not by definition nonintellectuals, and 2.We have a legitimate place at the conservative table.