In December, 2007, a family of four was lost in freezing snow in the mountains of California. After three days of searching, a helicopter pilot spotted the word “Help” that had been stomped into the snow, swooped down and rescued them. Imagine if they had instead frozen to death, and at the inquest, the pilot said that he had seen the word in the snow, and had come to the conclusion that it was the product of a snowstorm. Imagine if he said that he believed that random chance had formed the letters. The man would be immediately (and rightly) declared mentally unstable. The most simple-minded human being (as apposed to unreasoning beasts) must always conclude that any intelligent message has been written by an intelligent mind. The discovery of the language of DNA should immediately convert every reasoning human being into believing that creation has Intelligent Design. However, we are warned in Scripture that there is such a thing as “unreasonable” men (see 1 Thessalonians 3:1-3). It is a sad testimony to the lack of human intelligence, when such blatant unreasonableness by some in the community is interpreted by the world to actually be intellectual.