Averick describes the work as “superficial,” “convenient,” and marked by “a glaring lack of profundity.”
Averick answers the who-designed-the-designer objection, and shows how questions about God and ID can’t be shoved aside as unimportant.
He offers as an illustration the widespread skepticism in the physics community toward the possibility of anyone ever building a perpetual motion machine.
Rabbi Moshe Averick concludes, “If he did physics that way his university would have fired him.”
Think, for example, of the late Stephen Hawking and how his fevered pronouncements in his final years were received.