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Bryan’s objections to evolution were openly related to Darwin’s writings about eugenics and its implications for human rights, human dignity, and humanity as a whole.
The beauty, design, and ingenuity found everywhere in the natural world is one of the major reasons for belief in God, and the natural world is a fertile source of ideas for human innovations.
A central plank of evolution is the belief that life was not designed nor does life have a purpose except survival, contradicting the common observation that life appears designed and appears to have
A major problem for Darwinists is that the Ancon mutation (a Mendelian recessive), as is true with most other mutations, is a loss mutation.
Fifty studies on teaching origins found about 90% of the public desired that both creation and evolution or creation only be taught in the public schools.
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