“Higher-order genetic codes” — what a concept! Actually, ID advocates like Jonathan Wells have been talking about this for years.
He compares design in evolution to human creativity, and concedes that his ideas about ID may not be consistent with traditional theism.
Dr. Meyer reviews here some highlights of the past year, thanking our supporters for their crucial contributions to advancing the scientific argument for intelligent design.
For those of you not familiar with the term, providence is the idea that things often seem to come together unlooked-for, as if by design.
More detail has come out on the fascinating role of water in cellular dynamics, touched on by Denton in his book, The Wonder of Water.