What about the multiverse to explain the fine tuning of the laws and constants of physics? It is a solution of sorts, but it comes at a tremendous cost.
Stephen Meyer says he doesn’t have an in-principle objection to that idea.
Neil Thomas explores some of the cultural influences that primed society to view the leap from non-life to life as easily made.
I think he’s mistaken my emphasis in the specific car break-in examples I gave, namely that the burglars’ behavior was odd and unpredictable.
There is so much misinformation about the theory of intelligent design that many well-intended people reject not the actual theory but a silly caricature.