Faith Encouragement: Evidence for Intelligent Design

Evidence for Intelligent Design


Some of the many evidences for an intelligent designer (as opposed to evolutionary design) include:

♦  Making DNA by chance is statistically impossible.  [More Info]

♦  Incomplete chemical pathways (such as for growth proteins, energy use, and acid base properties) are lethal.  [More Info]

♦  Incomplete immune systems are lethal.  [More Info]

♦  Related traits of organisms must be present simultaneously to be useful.  [More Info]

♦  Disorganization increases over time in all the natural world, requiring an organizing (designing) force.  [More Info]

♦  Random genetic changes (mutations) are overwhelmingly negative and often deadly.  [More Info]

♦  Truly transitional fossils between species have not been found.  [More Info]

♦  "Lots of useless organs" have not been found.  [More Info]

♦  Complex chemical structures such as hemoglobin occur in a variety of species that are not closely related.  [More Info]

♦  The number of species in the fossil record have been decreasing rather than increasing.  [More Info]


Note that the above material presents ideas in restructured form, primarily from Scientific Creationism by Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. published in 1996 by Master Books in Green Forest, Arizona.  This and many more such materials can be located via The Institute for Creation Research at

K. Dean Reeves, M.D. is a physician and medical researcher in the area of pain caused by arthritis, chronic sprains and chronic strains. His private practice is located in the greater Kansas City area of Roeland Park, Kansas.  He collaborates in research with other locations across the country and internationally, and is licensed in the states of Kansas and Missouri.

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