Cells are intelligent, in a way. But that fact is a much better argument for intelligent design than for the idea that the human intellect is insignificant.
Professor Behe invites us to join him for a sobering thought experiment: attempting to build an instruction manual for a human femur bone.
The question posed by considering evolutionary theory versus intelligent design is whether a marvel like the femur could have arisen by chance-driven processes.
Once again, biotechnology is racing ahead of our capacity to intellectually digest what is happening.
“What is being simulated is the need for intelligent agency to move simple chemicals in a life-friendly direction,” says Meyer.