Sunday morning I woke up with some sort of a disturbance in my eye. I was fine when I went to bed on Saturday and didn't feel a thing. Obviously something must have gotten into my eye. I spent most of the day rubbing my eyes or if my mom is reading this, trying not to rub my eye. Of course it just wouldn’t go away. Come Monday morning and the irritation had subsided and my eye was red as blood. I looked in the mirror in amazement as the white blood cells were rushing to the rescue of my eye. Where is the argument I wonder.
Intelligent design is something that is amazingly controversial and I never understood why. All the intelligence is there to see. Everything in the working of our body screams intelligence. Everything in the body of every animal screams intelligence. And here I am not even talking about the mind and its complexities that that discussion would push us into.
Today man creates so many different kinds of machines; some self healing and others not. But either way all these machines, in their workings are a reflection of the intelligence that man puts into creating them. Every single bit of that machine is crafted my man's intelligence. Every concept that the machine follows has to do with what man conceived and created. Nothing in a machine ever happens by itself. It is always put there deliberately either as planned or by mistake.
So then why do we think that the most complex of machines on this earth evolved over time without the help of an intelligent being? How could something as advanced as the human body (or the body of any animal) have been a product of a chemical reaction and the evolution of it over time? Why don’t we see the wheel evolve into anything more advanced then a circular locomotive device even after so many years of it's invention?
I really wonder if the concept of intelligent design is really that hard to comprehend given what we see with our body on a daily basis.