Creation and Engineering Principles Part 2

If you missed Part 1, you can find that here.

Time and again, we've seen how evolutionary assumptions actually hinder science. Such assumptions also have hindered medical science as well, such as the conflated claim that antibiotic resistance is the result of evolution. The entire paradigm of biology needs to be retooled with an engineering mindset. After all, things that we build are often complex by nature, having many parts or subsystems working together for the whole. Many give pantheistic praise to "nature" and "evolution" as if they had volition and creative powers.

Humans engineer objects, and biology is best viewed with engineering principles
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Proponents of bacteria-to-biochemist evolution rely on time, chance, mutations, and so forth. To figure out how something works or to solve a medical problem, they are working at a disadvantage from the beginning. Creationary scientists and medical doctors can take an engineering paradigm. They can see that, like things we build, our Creator has designed living things to have many aspects working together for the whole.
Making sense of biomolecular, physiological, or anatomical functions is not mysterious. Just like man-made things, these functions always operate within the laws of nature. Though it was within God’s prerogative to design His systems to contrast with man-made designs by operating through different laws of nature, He didn’t. This makes an endeavor like designing aircraft after studying birds possible. One researcher working on reverse-engineering biological networks concluded:
To see what was concluded and read the entire article from the beginning, click on "Engineered Adaptability: Engineering Principles Should Guide Biological Research". This is the second article on the subject, more will be arriving.