David Barash is an evolutionary biologist known for delivering a yearly talk to his students disabusing them of the idea that science can be reconciled with religious faith.
The problem is, none of these people cite papers or other writing by researchers on intelligent design, like the work done by Douglas Axe on protein evolution probabilities.
There are a limited number of explanations available for how cosmic fine-tuning came to be. Actually, there are three.
Our planet’s view of the sun is critical to life, obviously, but equally critical is that it’s a shielded view.
He asked poignantly in A Brief History of Time, “What is it that breathes fire into the equations and makes a universe for them to describe?”