Why not a designer?

As a layman, it appears to me that the intelligent design movement does not seek to challenge evolution per se, but all Darwinian attempts to explain life as we know it.

15th October, 2005

As a layman, it appears to me that the intelligent design movement does not seek to challenge evolution per se, but all Darwinian attempts to explain life as we know it.

If the vast amount of genetic information cannot be shown to have come about by observed processes, should it, then, be regarded by some as heresy to infer the existence of a designer?

Ken Ryan, Raheny Park, Dublin 5.

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