The American Enterprise Institute has an interesting discussion title Darwinism and conservatism: Friends and Foes? with Larry Arnhart, from the Northern Illinois University and John Derbyshire, from the National Review, and George Gilder, and John West, from the Discovery Institute.
Gilder ended with a particularly ironic comment about emergent properties
George Gilder wrote:
When people talk about emergence, it’s a new popular way of saying “I have no clue”.
Does Gilder realize how this describes ID far better?
As a side note: West repeated the specious claim that Doug Axe’s probabilities were relevant to a working protein.
John Derbyshire’s contribution is excellent.