Ever since Darwin published "Origin of the Species" in 1859 creation apologists have been placing the 'burden of proof' on evolutionists while themselves taking a 'step of faith' in believing the creation story. In other words, creationists have assented to intelligent design by mere faith. Meanwhile they've challenged the Darwinists to scientifically demonstrate that we macro-evolved from slime and/or share a common ancestor with apes (which, of course, nobody has been able to do in the intervening century-and-a-half).
This book's approach is refreshingly original. Curiously, its author turns the debate on its head by placing the entire burden of proof upon the creationists! In other words, it's not enough merely to dismiss Darwin's theory because it's never been proven and then arbitrarily accept a creation account from the Book of Genesis. Instead you must interview numerous expert scientists from various disciplines (eg. microbiology, cosmology, astrophysics, etc.) and challenge them to make a credible and evidence-based argument for intelligent design in light of recent scientific discovery. Because the author worked for a newspaper and was still an atheist when much of his initial research was conducted, the style is that of a sceptical reporter and includes some staggeringly insightful interviews (the only flaw is that non-American listeners may find Strobel’s broad vowel sounds a tad irritating).
But if you're even vaguely interested in the origins of life & the universe, then completely rule-out engaging in any more debate on the subject before listening to this book.