"Never fight fair with a stranger, boy. You'll never get out of the jungle that way."
With continuing clarification from intelligent design proponents like Michael J. Behe that:
Intelligent design proponents do question whether random mutation and natural selection completely explain the deep structure of life. But they do not doubt that evolution occurred. And intelligent design itself says nothing about the religious concept of a creator.
... can ID ever be considered independently without creationist hijackers muddying the waters? Is it feasible for most people (and not just religious believers) to consider notions of intelligence and intention without preconceptions of a dogmatized deity or assumptions that creation has something to do with â??goodnessâ??
ID proponents see a place for investigating both evolution and design as a logical approach. Is this reasonable?