Nope, deBeer may have disagreed with homology, he never came close to debunking it. You cannot win a debate in your mind only, which is the only thing he did. Other biologists who understand the science better than he does know that he is full of horse puckey.<quoted text>de Beer's research refutes the homology argument, so why do you keep bringing it up when it has been scientifically debunked.
You need to learn what evidence is. Evidence for a theory is anything that fits in the model of the theory. For example homology fits very nicely into evolutionary theory since it predicts it. Homology does not fit into the idea of creation by an all powerful, all knowing god. There are countless flaws in almost every animal. They are there because evolution is only concerned with what works. If it works it usually works good enough. An all powerful all knowing god could have created perfect life if he wanted to. By the way, the god of the Bible cannot be all knowing, all powerful, and just. Not going to the god argument, just a related subject. Since no one has bothered to define ID I cannot say whether or not homology fits into it. Do proponents of ID believe that evolution occurred or not? Are there any special cases? It may be possible for homology to exist in ID, but not necessarily. It depends on how you answer those questions.