Monthly Archives: July 2018
It is unfortunate that the best arguments against evolution require some hard work to make, or some knowledge of biochemistry. One of my own favorite arguments requires both. I think it’s a strong argument, and I’ve not seen much attempt to answer it in its complete form. I call it my “favorite,” not because I find it more interesting than all the others, but because it is quantifiable, can stand on its own, and if it is valid, then it provides an insurmountable problem for Darwinian theory.
Below, I will attempt to make the argument as simply, but completely, as possible. I’ll use 10 basic propositions, which I believe are, for the most part, quite uncontroversial. Below each point I’ll include some detail or justification, and I’ll provide links for further understanding or examples.
Here we go.