Intentionally guided requires an agent. Maybe I’m limited in imagination, but what natural intelligent agent could have possibly guided creation? If no natural intelligent agent could have done the guiding, then we are talking about a supernatural one. I don’t see how that is a strawman, unless you have some kind of third option that is neither natural or supernatural. What non-supernatural intelligence do you envision possibly guiding creation?
Okay… That is a new one for me. I don’t think I’m ready to grant that hypothetical.
It’s not that they are just recognized as a result of intelligent activity, they are recognized as a result of human activity, because we have experience with humans speaking and writing Hebrew. That experience is what allows us to recognize the intelligence behind Hebrew inscriptions. We have no experience with DNA being the result of intelligence. We have no experience recognizing some completely non-human God language. And we have no multiple God’s to compare what God-produced language typically looks like.
The legitimate scientific observation would not be that “intelligence” produced the tablets, but that Hebrew-speaking humans produced the tablets. In our natural experience Hebrew-speaking humans are the only intelligent agents that produce Hebrew. I have a really hard time accepting this idea that “natural intelligent agent” is some kind of open set with yet unidentified intelligent agents that are part of the natural realm, but not discovered. That just sounds bogus to me.