A biologist in our network worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Harvard. He recounted how about a quarter of the postdocs he encountered were at least sympathetic to design arguments.
There’s something very clarifying about seeing an argument laid out in crisp bullet points.
As our dialogue continues, I think I’m starting to understand your position more clearly.
From childhood, we all naturally ascribe things like spiders and hummingbirds to a “God-like designer.” But are we right to do this?
Previously, I questioned a theistic evolutionist’s claim that we can’t rule out chance as an explanation for something unless the probability of chance working can be calculated accurately.