The treatment of infectious diseases with antibiotics is a superb example of intelligent design principles applied to medical research and human biology.
Actually, the history of life on Earth is very similar to the history of human technology.
Design scientists like Michael Behe have, in an important way, been following in Darwin’s path for decades.
Gutsy, bold, and precise in her scholarship, she saw Darwin’s theory as offering convenient “scientific” support for class-divided, untrammeled survival-of-the-fittest industrial competition.
Before Darwin, nearly everyone, in every corner of the world, believed in some type of ‘‘intelligent design,” and the majority still do.