The culture of death — the dehumanization of the vulnerable and the unwanted — is fast upon us.
What is it, metaphysically one might say, that distinguishes design in the ID sense from ubiquitous teleological design, in a Thomistic sense?
Without free will, there is no guilt and there is no innocence. There are merely animals to be managed.
The oceans might be cleaner without man, but they would neither know nor care nor judge.
The contrast between the evolutionary sterility of Lenski’s unintelligent Darwinian evolution and the evolutionary potency of Arnold, Smith, and Winter’s intelligent evolution is striking.