Any appeal to accidental processes to accomplish an unbelievable coincidence is really just an appeal to unbelievable coincidence.
As our dialogue continues, I think I’m starting to understand your position more clearly.
I was asked recently to take part in an online symposium. The journal Sapientia, published by the Carl F.H. Henry Center, invited four theistic evolutionists to review my book.
From childhood, we all naturally ascribe things like spiders and hummingbirds to a “God-like designer.” But are we right to do this?
Previously, I questioned a theistic evolutionist’s claim that we can’t rule out chance as an explanation for something unless the probability of chance working can be calculated accurately.