The question posed by considering evolutionary theory versus intelligent design is whether a marvel like the femur could have arisen by chance-driven processes.
Scientists agree that our universe is finely tuned for the existence of life. But is the fine-tuning a happy accident or the result of foresight?
Evolutionary processes cannot select for some future utility that is only realized after passing through a maladaptive intermediate.
Sometimes, civilization’s design breaks down, and we then see how complex, interdependent, and fragile the system really is.
There is no cause in the universe that is known to have such a capacity of foresight other than intelligent design.