The fact is that the doctrine of Evolution does not affect the substance of Paley's argument at all. The marks of design which he had pointed out remain marks of design still even if we accept the doctrine of Evolution to the full. What is touched by this doctrine is not the evidence of design but the mode in which the design was executed. ... He [God] did not make the things, we may say; no, but He made them make themselves.
Frederick Temple, Lord Bishop of Exeter, The Relations Between Religion and Science
(London: MacMillan, 1884) pp. 113-5.