In the previous chapter, we failed to identify a version of the design hypothesis that not only makes predictions, but also makes novel predictions, about the features we should observe in living things. It is a further question whether there are versions of creationism that do better than the versions I described. If there are not, then creationism should be discarded as an explanation of the characteristics that organisms possess. But this result would not show that the design hypothesis has no role to play at all. Perhaps there are other features of the universe, distinct from the ones discussed in biology, that we should explain by postulating the existence of an intelligent designer.