I sent Afarensis a link to this post by Casey Luskin at the DI blog about human evolution, hoping that he would write up a critique of it. And indeed he has. It’s very much worth reading. And it’s another example of why most of the arguments made by ID advocates are not at all consistent with Jeremy Pierce’s claim that ID is consistent with theistic evolution or the “fully gifted creation” position. If ID only means that a designer set up the initial conditions and natural laws that make the evolution of life possible, likely or inevitable (take your pick), then of what possible use would it be to argue against human evolution?