I’m curious. Do you believe that there is anything in God’s creation that is not designed in some way? Based on the criteria which many like to use, even a pile of dirt or a mud puddle would thereby be evidence of “design”, especially if one looks at the molecular and sub-atomic levels.
Moreover, if everything which God created—which is a very large set in Christian theology—was thereby designed by God, how useful is it to talk about the alleged scientific evidence for design? After all, if someone claims that everything is designed, that would mean that nothing is not-designed. And if that is the case, is the designed label all that descriptive?
[The flagella as motor discussion has already covered most of the bases for this thread so I feel comfortable about injecting this question to @scd. If there is sufficient interest, perhaps this tangent even deserves its own thread.]