The suffocating grief and emptiness we feel after the death of a child moves us to ask God, ‘Why?’ We tend to see this life as all there is and death as the absolute, final end. If, however, we have eternal souls, and if God sees us as we were, are, and will be, then everything changes.
Since our sense of justice is not perfect and if there is a difference in decisions of justice between two people we tend to think it is the other person who is unjust, it follows that if God is perfectly just, He will sometimes seem unjust to us.
An essential prediction of neo-Darwinian theory is that evolutionary processes can ‘find’ sequences that code for stable, functional biological proteins. Computational analysis of real sequence data falsifies this prediction, while verifying a primary hypothesis of intelligent design science.