What you’d expect is humans more or less on the level of animals — not greatly exceeding them in evil, or greatly transcending them in good.
Nowhere in the animal world do we see evil that comes anywhere close to comparing with the unfortunate depths of evil displayed by humanity.
Why does the universe have to be on so grand a scale of space and time? Why does God require such an imposing canvas?
In addition to questions of science, debates over Darwinian theory raise a number of thorny philosophical, ethical, and theological issues.
Some organisms cause harm, but are well designed nonetheless. That’s all intelligent design can say.