Here are two to focus on,
The first is the Irreducible Complexity argument, which for some definitions does appear to be falsified. There are several distinct claims being mashed up into one, and the only one capable of definitely untangling this is Behe himself. I want to know honestly the current status of this argument is from Behe’s point of view, and form DI, because at least some forms of the argument appear directly falsified. Which Irreducible Complexity Argument?
This paper (https://arxiv.org/abs/1303.6739) is put forward as example of CSI (ala Dembski) and is essential numerology. @evograd has linked to some clear rebuttals of this, and it has not been picked up by any of the leaders. Though, we still see it positively referenced at ENV: https://evolutionnews.org/2013/03/a_wow_signal_of/. Do they stand by this paper? Do they agree it is an example of CSI? If not, when will they point out and clarify its problems?
I’d start with those two examples.
@colewd, that might be true, but it is also true that the two of you sorting it out is not likely going to be productive. The goal of this forum is to understand and be understood, not litigate other people’s arguments. If you want to see those arguments to make progress, let’s see some of the principles clarify these points.