Everything we see and observe in creation meets the of definition of design in its end result. Likewise, nothing in creation contradicts that there is an apparent design for this existence to exist.
purpose, planning, or intention that exists or is thought to exist behind an action, fact, or material object.
to devise for a specific function or end
to conceive or execute a plan
to create or contrive for a particular purpose or effect
to have as a goal or purpose, intend
the purposeful or inventive arrangement of parts or details
no purpose, planning or intention that exists or thought to exist behind an action, fact or material object
no devising for a specific function or end
no conception or execution of a plan
no creating or contriving for a particular purpose or effect
to have no goal or purpose, intend
no purposeful or inventive arrangement of parts or details
One problem with un-design, everything under design is seen in creation and not in the other.
Hence, can you show any "undersigned" thing or object that has an apparent design (according to the definitions) that was not designed.....then, how can you show it to be so. If you cannot, there's no logical, intelligent reason to reject design in creation.