"A big, fundamental question, like belief in God (or disbelief), is not settled by a single argument," said physicist-turned-theologian John Polkinghorne. "It's too complicated for that. What one has to do is to consider lots of different issues and see whether or not the answers one gets add up to a total picture that makes sense."
That's the approach I (Lee) took in my investigation. I probed six different scientific disciplines to see whether they point toward or away from the existence of an intelligent designer.