From what I can quickly gather from your explanation, instead of "natural selection", it's "divine selection" that drives the evolution of species?
That's very different from Intelligent Design as far as I can gather. One can say that natural selection is an extension of the genius of the "divine selection". He programmed nature to evolve in this manner. So I don't see how your views would contradict evolution.
My main problem with "Intelligent Design" is not its concept, but in calling it "science". I can tell you, by faith, I am a creationist and believe in "Intelligent Designer", the Designer being the Father in the Son by the Spirit. But I can't call that science. Science is a materialistic study, just as medicine or physics or geology are all materialistic studies. Therefore, for someone to call "Intelligent Design" a "science", either you have to change the very definition of science (which would also include astrology, psychics, voodoo, and any and all imaginative speculations of the human mind) or you change the very definition of the divine nature, which would be blasphemous to say that we can "materialistically" define God.
I see in any materialistic process though a spiritual hand guiding all things, even if materialistically explained, and this can only be seen by faith.