There is no general agreement among advocates of ID as to exactly where, when, or how design was manifested in the history of life.
Some of the main points in the debate over evolution really have not changed so much even in the past 127 years or more.
It is well known that all of the fundamental constants of physics are finely tuned to make life possible in our universe.
In every other field of science, naturalism has been spectacularly successful, so why should evolutionary biology be different?
The very first book I read on Darwinian evolution was an 1888 work, Evolution, by Joseph LeConte, professor of geology and natural history at the University of California.