Thanks to the folks over at Science & Religion Today for steering us towards this article from Science Daily. The article a discusses a session from AAAS in which Brown University biologist Kenneth Miller argues that scientists need to embrace the idea of design and reclaim it from the "intelligent design" movement.  The article quotes Miller as saying, "There is, indeed, a design to life -- an evolutionary design . . . The structures in our bodies have changed over time, as have its functions. Scientists should embrace this concept of 'design,' and in so doing, claim for science the sense of orderly rationality in nature to which the anti-evolution movement has long appealed." This concept of distinguishing between design and intelligent design is one that will be explored in great detail in an upcoming Templeton Foundation Press publication titled Chance or Dance as well as in Miller's upcoming book with Viking Press, Only a Theory. Chance or Dance cover