posted on Nov, 27 2009 @ 12:00 PM
A question every creationist must have:
What limits evolutionary change to only occurring within "kinds"?
Why must they have that question?
Well, because this is what creationists believe:
You think that populations change over time, but only by a little due to a barrier
that stops populations from diverging too
much. A barrier is the only thing that could explain microevolution occurring while macroevolution does not.
-You accept that Dogs can turn into Wolves because they look so much alike
-You accept species change but only a little.
-You refuse to believe that Dogs (A) can turn into Whales (H) for example, because they are too different
So what then, if dogs (A)
changed into something similar (B)
, and they changed into something similar (C)
, which changed into
If (E) changes to (F) and (F) changes to (G), then we only need one more change to get to whales (H)
Seach for "phylogenetic tree" to see an image of what i mean.
Why cant they provide examples of potential barriers to limit evolution to only occurring within "kinds"?
(because there is no such
I can only assume you have no evidence or reason to suggest such things. Therefore creationism is:
1. An ignorance of biology
2. Deliberate dishonesty.