Stephen Meyer’s case for intelligent design in Darwin’s Doubt keeps getting vindicated by new fossils.
Truth, beauty, and goodness are abstract concepts that correspond to our deepest desires. They are not likely to have evolved by a neo-Darwinian process.
A scientific theory that on principle refuses to see the obvious is an achievement of which only humans are capable.
Science reveals a transcendent mind, and mind enables science.
Darwin’s evolutionary mechanism is just a blunt recipe, an algorithm, and it can only select what is immediately functional.