So there’s this absented-minded philosopher of science walking down the street, head in the clouds, not looking where he’s going.
Stephen Meyer discusses theories, like Kenyon’s, that seek to account for the information in DNA by reference to chemical forces alone.
With reading assignments and quizzes, this course is a great way to polish your skills in explaining ID without suffering a spade-shoveling mishap of your own.
If scientific considerations compel an inference to design, and more so, to a theistic conception of a transcendent creator, that’s surely important.
That there is a design to life is intuitive, but most of us, if challenged on it, would want to be able to defend our intuition persuasively.