Thank you for bringing this book by Turner to my attention. His thinking is similar to mine in one important way. Darwin & Co. seek to reduce biology to physics, which is not possible. Why? Because the physical cannot think, but the organic can and does.
No other organic beings can think like humans can, but even plants have the ability to react to their environment and seek out light, water, and nutrients. They are not passive, but active as all organisms are.
1) Please let's go beyond labeling people by ideology. I would put Turner beyond both, where I stand which means that it could be a view for reconciliation if people are willing to seek the truth and not buttress their ideologies.
2) BioLogos seems to be wedded to a materialist Darwinian outlook. ID is basically an Idealist, philosophical perspective. We need a view that recognizes that Reality has physical, rational, and spiritual aspects. Without reading Turner I cannot say where he stands, but this is where I stand.
3) Ecology, which works much differently from Darwinism, has done much good work on organic behavior, and it appears to agree with me and probably Turner and not with Darwinists like Dawkins, who is anti-ecology.