The origin of the first life required not merely design, but an ingenious designing intelligence far beyond that of our smartest origin-of-life researchers.
Think of cars. A Tesla and a Cadillac share many features — but of course, none of that means that Teslas blindly evolved from Cadillacs, or vice versa.
Imagine a boy who tells a girl he could climb to Jupiter because a natural ladder stretches from our planet to it.
Collins refers to the “backward wiring” of the vertebrate eye, characterizing it as flawed from an engineering perspective.
Critics of intelligent design will have a hard time maligning Neil Thomas as a “creationist in a cheap tuxedo.”