Friendliness to a design perspective might seem to be natural for any theist. Yet a prickly disdain is strangely common, especially among religious academics.
If the universe and everything in it are the result of a mind, then we are not unintended accidents of nature.
The Webb telescope can see far enough to witness galaxies from the very early universe.
There is a classical proof of God’s existence that uses universal concepts such as mathematics, proposed most prominently by St. Augustine.
Günter Bechly describes the species pair challenge, the waiting time problem, and much more that Darwinists can’t explain.