The Darwinian view encourages a way of interacting with others where the aim is to “humiliate [one’s] lesser brethren, just to remind them who’s boss.”
An evolutionist dismantles natural selection, then tries to rescue it with his own theory. It won’t work.
Something immaterial can’t have an effect on the material realm, presumably, so how would it be selected as advantageous by Darwinian natural selection?
Biologists once wondered about a “life force,” but Michael Denton sees intelligence in the design of carbon, its unique properties, and its relation to water.
Many have believed (and many still do believe) that Darwin drove teleology out of biology forever.