Below is the abstract to one of the strangest papers you’re likely to encounter in a refereed science journal. It mixes ancient creation accounts with history and science and philosophy. The interesting ramifications for ID are the following: (1) the author concludes that the central issue in biology is information (though he seems to locate it inside the cell), (2) he openly discusses philosophy and religion in the paper. Perhaps this journal would be open to ID papers that don’t explicitly argue for design but deal with information-theoretic approaches to biological complexity.
Oh, by the way, the author also includes the obligatory disclaimer: “This work does not support the Intelligent Design movement in any way whatsoever.” (Just kidding.)