These atheists are finding the “Darwinian tower” less to their liking, and are laying down their bow and arrow.
Earlier this year an ID-friendly scientist contacted me to ask my opinion of the book. He mentioned a former Christian who had lost his faith after reading it.
Joshua Swamidass is a computational biologist at Washington University in Saint Louis who says ID may or may not be true in some part of what it affirms.
Jeremey England explained his conjecture that the flow of energy through a chemical system could cause it to self-organize in such a way as to move toward life.
Most in the science world wouldn’t have the guts or the generosity or the adventurousness to praise a book about intelligent design that way.