In a 2005 article, Michael Powell begins by half-apologetically acknowledging that his newspaper has, in the editorial pages, taken a harsher view of ID than he evidently does.
I can describe anything you like in whatever detail you like, but you can’t know whether it exists or not merely by its description.
Science doesn’t need methodological naturalism. It doesn’t need methodological theism, either.
He might not welcome my saying so, but his emphasis on thinking critically and examining evidence is spot-on.
The ancient model of the cosmos, which was the model presupposed by most scientists prior to the mid 20th century, was Steady State.