Image via WikipediaA fine review of Stephen Meyer's Signature in the Cell: DNA and the Evidence for Intelligent Design appears in the New Oxford Review.
I like one analogy -- the Grand Canyon. We ask, "what created the grand canyon" but, "who created the Grand Canyon Suite".
Information in the cell -- is it more like the Grand Canyon or the Grand Canyon Suite?
The Darwinist's only possible answer is the Grand Canyon. The theist can be open-minded and genuinely inquisitive. From a theist's point of view, it is possible that life came about by direct miraculous agency or by preordained natural processes infused with creative potential.
What both paths share is this: where there's information, there's a mind. Where there's a mind, there's a Person.