It has been the view of many great thinkers, including Aristotle and St Thomas Aquinas, that the visible universe provides us with abundant evidence of intelligent design and points to the existence of an Intelligent Designer, whom Aristotle named "Nous" and St Thomas "God".
Peter Barnes dismisses their view, calling it "disguised Creationism". Would he please tell your readers what he means by Creationism and why he regards Creationism as untenable?
FR G.H. DUGGAN SM