The first principle is helping participants discover the evidence for design themselves.
Cells have perfected action at a distance: not by magic, but by control of distant sites through carefully arranged functional intermediates.
Many of the “stairway steps” that have to be mounted for chemistry to become biology must, very inconveniently, happen all at once.
Biologist Ray Bohlin and physician Howard Glicksman discuss the body’s wondrous control systems for using water.
As Stephen Meyer puts it here, “When life leaves, we don’t exactly know what’s left, but we know something left and it’s not just the physical.”