Can positing the existence of a Creator be a legitimate scientific hypothesis?
Darwinists like to jab Intelligent Design advocates with the accusation that postulating an intelligence cause for the biocomplexities of life is unscientific.
If God exists but science says you cannot hypothesize an intelligent source to life doesn't this tell us more about the self-limitations of the methods and assumptions of science than it does about God?
When people say something isn't scientific, they usually don't mean that it is beyond the finite mechanisms of science to determine its truth status. What they usually mean is, "it's untrue, and it's ridiculous of you to believe it".
So, can positing the existence of a Creator be a legitimate scientific hypothesis?