Here’s a challenge from a website called Truth Saves:
Yes, life is complex but that does not mean it had a conscious designer. A snow flake is complex and it does not require a conscious designer.
I’ve heard people mention snowflakes as evidence of undesigned complexity before, so it’s worth discussing this one. What’s the difference between the kind of complexity in a snowflake and the kind ID proponents cite in their arguments? Make your case in the comments below, and then we’ll hear Tim’s answer to this question on Thursday.