The site has been updated with:
"Two imminent ***<angelsou inserts: I think they meant eminent =P>*** scientists, Dr. Michael Behe, biologist and author of Darwin's Black Box, and Dr. Jonathan Wells, biochemist and author of Icons of Evolution, will debate the relative scientific merit of of the intelligent design movement and Darwin's macro evolutionary theory. Sponsored by Physicians and Surgeons for Scientific Inquiry, the presentation will give all school and college students with proper ID a copy of the new DVD, Unlocking the Mystery of Life. They will also be admitted free of charge; admission for others is $5.00. High school students and faculty, and college students and faculty, with proper ID, will be admitted at no charge; all others will be admitted for $5.00"
I did a little searching on the debaters:
Dr. Behe is an ID proponant - a biochemist making the claim that too many biological systems are 'irreducibly complex' and (we've all heard this part) that obviously argues in favor of an intelligent designer. There's an excellent review of his book up at http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/behe/review.html
that sums it up pretty well - he rests solely on the claim
that certain systems "could not have" evolved independantly. Folks with brains know that we routinely get ourselves in quite a lot of trouble when we assume that something "could not have" happened.
Dr. Wells is completely anti-evolution as well. ***<angelsou inserts: color me PISSED - they call this a debate!?!>*** He's so completely out there that talkorigins has a whole PAGE devoted to people refuting him. Check out http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/wells/
This got long. I'll post my rant in yet another reply.