Burgess’s lecture confronts one of the most common abuses of science aimed at suppressing the evidence for design in biology.
Outstandingly bright — with eyes that strikingly resemble ours — yet their ancestors split from mammals and birds 600 million years ago.
First, they turn evolution into an engineer. Personification is a common ploy by Darwinists.
Two evolutionists make a stunning admission: the human eye is not poorly engineered, after all.
It’s one of those occasions in biology (not rare) when the term “intelligent design,” despite other merits, falls flat as a description.