Suppose you came upon a man lying in a snowdrift, unmoving. You tap the man on the shoulder and he’s stiff as a board. You roll him over and see the snow beneath his body is stained red, and there’s a large cut in the man’s coat around the area of his heart. You unzip the coat, remove his shirt, and see that the cut extends into the man’s body in a thin line that goes between his ribs above his heart.
As you examine the scene further, you notice there are two pairs of footprints leading up to the area of the snowdrift, then what looks like a bunch of hectic overlapping footprints, and finally one set that staggers off to the drift, and another that look like someone ran off in the other direction. In that area, you also see several drops of blood.
Given this evidence, you conclude, “Some kind of non-intelligent forces were involved that just happened to come together at this point in time to make it look like the man’s death was by design.” And then you go happily on your way.
For you are, after all, a Darwinist, and you know full well that any evidence of design must be a hidden God of the Gaps argument.