The designer made the sexual organs of angiosperms, namely, flowers, to be the most spectacularly beautiful structures in biology.
“Coevolutionary processes cannot drive macroevolution,” explains Dr. Miller. “Again it requires intelligent design.”
Certainly, there is no logical reason why life should be wedded to the transcendental value of beauty.
The ease of ascribing beauty to intelligent design contrasts with the impossibility of explaining its origin by material causes.
The way an embryo develops shows a method of patterning that makes use of physical processes as if they conform to a predetermined plan.