>>There seems to be little
>>serious consideration of the possibility that God can design through
>>evolution among intelligent design advocates.
> A "genetic modification" version of progressive creation seems
>consistent with ID. Does anyone know how common this belief is among
>advocates of ID, compared with "special creation" to bridge the really big
>gaps? (with either mechanism, micro-evolution could fill in the details)
>To me, modifications of previously existing species makes more sense
>scientifically, and it also fits with how God works theologically. (working
>with situations as-is,...)
My range of ID reading isn't enough to answer this, but there seems to be
something of a range of views as to what gaps require miracles. I'd be
interested in a better answer than mine to this question.