British evolutionary biologist, Prof. Richard Buggs, makes a carefully considered case regarding evolutionary chance. Using his son’s brio set, he outlines why Darwinian scientists are wrong to downplay their dependence on luck.

If so much luck is needed, are there reasons, beyond the scientific evidence, why people are reluctant to consider intelligent design?

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