If you haven’t watched this video I highly recommend it:
Michael John Denton (born 25 August 1943) is a British–Australian author and biochemist. He is a Senior Fellow at Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture. Denton’s most prominent book, Evolution: A Theory in Crisis, inspired intelligent design proponents Phillip Johnson and Michael Behe.
Denton gained a medical degree from Bristol University in 1969 and a PhD from King’s College London in 1974. He was a senior research fellow in the Biochemistry Department at the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand from 1990 to 2005. He later became a scientific researcher in the field of genetic eye diseases. He has spoken worldwide on genetics, evolution and the anthropic argument for design. Denton’s current interests include defending the “anti-Darwinian evolutionary position” and the design hypothesis formulated in his book Nature’s Destiny. Denton describes himself as an agnostic. He is currently a senior fellow at the Discovery Institute‘s Center for Science and Culture.
Here is an interview with Michael Denton where he explains his logic and answers criticism:
And if you would like to view another excellent video entitled “The Privileged Planet” here it is”
THE PRIVILEGED PLANET, utilizing stunning computer animation, interviews with leading scientists, and spectacular images of Earth and the cosmos, explores a startling connection between our capacity to survive and our ability to observe and understand the universe. Is this correlation merely a coincidence? Or does it point to a deeper truth about purpose and intelligent design within the cosmos?
THE PRIVILEGED PLANET is based on the book with the same title by Jay Richards and Guillermo Gonzalez. Production began in October 2002 and was completed in June 2004. The documentary presents the Richards/Gonzalez hypothesis that the Earth was designed to both sustain complex life and enable scientific discovery.