Three Realities Chance Can’t Explain That Intelligent Design Can

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The argument for ID could not be clearer: Unintelligent forces cannot rearrange atoms into computers and airplanes and nuclear power plants and smartphones. Source
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Forbidden Question: Common Descent or Common Design?

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Think of cars. A Tesla and a Cadillac share many features — but of course, none of that means that Teslas blindly evolved from Cadillacs, or vice versa. Source
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“Do You Believe in Evolution?” A Short Answer

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You don't have time to give a 30-minute answer outlining the different meanings of the word "evolution" and the evidence pro and con for each. Source
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