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The Ten Biggest Myths of Evolution

 

Myth #1:  Through the process of random variation and natural selection, man evolved from the ape.

Myth #2:  The evolution of any organism occurs through a purposeless process which happens gradually over a very long period of time.

Myth #3:  Mutation is a plausible cause of evolution.

Myth #4:  The fact that no intermediate fossils exist to show the "footsteps" of evolution from one species to another does not undermine Darwinism.

Myth #5:  Purely natural forces account for the gulf between the organic and inorganic worlds as well as the gulfs between different levels of complexity within the organic world.

Myth #6:  The theory of evolution best explains the fact that homologous, analogous, and vestigial organs exist among remote species. 

Myth #7:  Irreducibly complex systems in biology are easily explained by Darwinism.

Myth #8:  Man is a purely physical, spiritless being.

Myth #9:  It is a coincidence of science that the wondrous beauty of "randomly selected" organisms both great and small is a source of immense joy and happiness for human beings.

Myth #10:  As a result of the process of natural selection, the keen intellect and creative genius of human beings is very similar to apes; it varies only by degree.

 

 

-Top Evolution Myths-

 Relevant Links:

Articles by Jonathan Wells of The Discovery Institute

"And in conclusion, I would like to ask the gentleman . . . whether the ape from which he is descended was on his grandmother's or his grandfather's side of the family."
                                      
-Samuel Wilberforce  30 June 1860, Oxford, In a debate on Darwinism.

   

   

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