I thought I would update this thread with this footnote:
[Footnote 3: Stephen C. Meyer. Signature in the Cell. Harper Collins. Retrieved 13 November 2010. Michael Denton, an agnostic, argues for intelligent design in Evolution: A Theory in Crisis, 326–43.]
"Michael Denton, an agnostic, argues for intelligent
design in EVOLUTION: A THEORY IN CRISIS, 326-343. Antony
Flew, a longtime champion of atheism, recently announced
his abandonment of atheism based on the evidence of
intelligent design, but emphasized that his religion was far from
conventional (much less sectarian): "I'm thinking of a
God very different from the God of the Christian and
far and away from the God of Islam, because both are
depicted as omnipotent Oriental despots, cosmic Saddam
Husseins" ("Famous Atheist Now Believes in God,"
See also Flew, "There is a God."
You have two choices:
Ague that Denton's God is not a CONSCIOUS God ...
Argue that a God doesn't have to be conscious to be God.
Or, I suppose you could just accept that Denton's ID work is still working for a God.....