Some other relevant quotes from the review of the book:
As previously mentioned, the primary goal was to present a unified and balanced view of nature and biological science. The author beings with a rather weak discussion of the scientific method and the nature of science. It soon becomes clear, as will be seen shortly, that Ambrose lacks a sound understanding of that discipline with which he has worked for many years. This is especially disheartening in light of the diversity of the intended audience. Such a presentation will only provide the reader who is not well-versed in the nature of science a distorted view of science and its process, as well as what can and cannot be inferred from scientific inquiry.
After spelling out the failure of all of biology…
Ambrose next comes to the rescue by offering “the operation of Creative Intelligence.” Being convinced of his argument, he states that "the advances in molecular, cellular, and developmental biology, which have been made in recent years and are summarized in this book, have brought us to the stage where a creative view of the origin of life and species no longer needs to be defended against evolutionary arguments."
Along with the obvious error of trying to present nonscientific material as science, this book includes over 75 misspellings, run-on sentences, incomplete sentences and grammar errors. There is a proliferation of approximately two “etc’s.” per page. In fact, the abbreviation is used in instances where no further options or choices are available. Such blatant and numerous errors should not be tolerated in any book, much less a book with a list price of $49.95!
@johnZ - it would be a lie to call him an ‘evolutionist.’