Paleontologist George Gaylord Simpson once declared that “man is the result of a purposeless and natural process that did not have him in mind.”
If you’ve ever tuned a violin, you’ll know that the arrangement of the fine tuners on the tailpiece, once you’re done, looks arbitrary.
They will mock, attack, and ignore intelligent design theory. But evolutionists love using it in their own ways.
They cover abiogenesis and “Natural Selection of the Gaps,” systems biology, design triangulation, whether life could arise anywhere without design, and more.
If it’s true, then all one says or thinks — right or wrong, true or false — was determined some 13.8 billion years ago.