Looking at a vase of flowers, no one would suggest that the glass vase just made itself by natural processes. No one would think that a lightning strike on a pile of sand created the vase. No, the vase clearly shows that a skilled glassblower, using his intelligence, designed it. It would be perverse to think otherwise.
However, we are repeatedly informed in school, at university and on nature documentaries, that the flowers in the vase did make themselves—over eons of time, by means of evolution, i.e., mutations plus natural selection. Natural processes created the flowers; no creative intelligence was needed to design the flowers, we are told….
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