The problem is obvious: Information is by its nature immaterial. It is measured in bits, not kilograms or joules.
Many Christian schools teach the same curriculum that secular schools do with some added religious flavoring.
Theoretical biologist Marcello Barbieri finds that many biologists see information in life forms as something that “does not really belong to science.”
Klavan smells a rat when famous scientists like Richard Dawkins use displaced authority to make proclamations about science’s relationship with religion.
We also see machines in living systems. That’s not to say that cells or living systems on the whole are “machines,” but they do contain machines.