The ID argument:


On the ASA LISTSERV Howard J. Van Till gave us a word of wisdom:


From: "Howard J. Van Till" <>



The ID argument is never any stronger than this:


"In the absence of a complete and detailed causally specific history of the natural formation of X, it is logically possible to posit that X was formed (at least for the first time) by the non-natural, form-imposing action of some unidentified, unembodied, choice-making agent."


Howard Van Till