The TalkOrigins Archive explores the creationism/evolution controversy in support of mainstream scientific thought, but it includes many links to creationist and intelligent design networks and articles.
The International Society for Complexity, Information and Design is a nonprofit that proposes to “retrain the scientific imagination to see purpose in nature.”
Answers in Genesis is a Christian group that promotes creationism. It runs the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Ky.
Reasons to Believe is a Christian ministry that supports people who want to find scientific proof of biblical events.
The Institute for Creation Research is a Christian-based creation ministry.
The Intelligent Design Network is a nonprofit organization that seeks to promote objectivity in origins education in public schools.
The Discovery Institute describes its mission as “to make a positive vision of the future practical.” It is one of the main proponents of intelligent-design theory in education.
The American Scientific Affiliation is an organization of scientists who are also Christian. The group maintains no official position on the intelligent design-evolution debate but tries to strike a balance between the two. It maintains a page of papers, articles, definitions and positions on the debate.
The International Islamic University of Malaysia is an educational institution in Kuala Lumpur. The school has a variety of program courses and research, which include medicine, law, engineering, Islamic practice, and education.