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EVOLUTION? CREATION? INTELLIGENT DESIGN? Janevette O'Garro
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The premise of this book is that any theory or belief that cannot rationally account for the "origin" of the heavens, the earth, and the power of life has no authority to describe how "first" things came into existence. And, without "the first" of any kind, there is no logic to any claim that the "first" of anything underwent change. I credit [Natural] Science to be useful and needed, both as a course of study and a methodology, usable by all who are sufficiently intelligent and trained. So why is there such great variance among the three foremost positions on origins and development: The Theory of Evolution, Creationism, Intelligent Design? I will show that while there is much to learn ...
EVOLUTION? CREATION? INTELLIGENT DESIGN? Elroy O'Garro
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The premise of this book is that any theory or belief that cannot rationally account for the "origin" of the heavens, the earth, and the power of life has no authority to describe how "first" things came into existence. And, without "the first" of any kind, there is no logic to any claim that the "first" of anything underwent change. I credit [Natural] Science to be useful and needed, both as a course of study and a methodology, usable by all who are sufficiently intelligent and trained. So why is there such great variance among the three foremost positions on origins and development: The Theory of Evolution, Creationism, Intelligent Design? I will show that while there is much to learn ...
The Evolution of Evolution Aaron Purvis
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Macroevolution is a settled science, right? If changes are ever required in the theory, they are but minor in the grand scheme of things, right? Year after year, new evidence is discovered which forces proponents of organic evolution to alter previously-held positions. Some changes are indeed minor — allowing evolutionists to try to “fill in the gaps.” But others are monumental — devastating, in fact. These monumental changes have impelled evolutionists to “shudder in horror,” causing some of them to come to the “horrible realization” (as one evolutionist put it) that the empirical evidence and their foundational Darwinian assumptions are in interminable conflict. Darwin suggested ...