Lents studies rotting corpses and household plants. He might not know much about (living) human physiology.
In all of his “poor” design arguments, Lents inadvertently embraces the design inference.
True, things go wrong with our bodies, with results that range from the tragic to the merely expensive or inconvenient.
He thinks they should be inside the body, not outside.
In his new book, Lents has taken intelligent design theory to task. He is right to do so. How?