“Creation Myths” Misquotes and Misrepresents Junk DNA Video

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Our video backs up what it says with clear quotes and references. We’ve provided more documentation here. Source
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Watch: Michael Behe Corrects Darwin’s Detour with a Cumulative Case for Intelligent Design

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For thousands of years, the design of life was acknowledged by scientists and non-scientists, philosophers and physicians, religious and non-religious. Source
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Two Recent Papers Buttress Michael Behe’s Thesis in Darwin Devolves

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Evolution’s grand tree-of-life story requires constructive evolution, not more and more cases of organisms tossing parts overboard. Source
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Lessons Not Learned from the Evangelical Debate over Adam and Eve

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To his credit, William Lane Craig is among those evangelicals who have been willing to question arguments against Adam and Eve. Source
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