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The argument “common design means common ancestry” falsely claims to prove an assumption about the past by pointing out similar body plans in organisms today.
If evolution means “change,” then yes, natural selection is evolution/change. Typically evolution means that natural selection is molecules-to-man evolution.
Evolutionists often assume that since certain species or traits exist, this is proof of evolution because that’s how it must have happened.
The fact that some people in history believed the earth to be flat highlights the fallibility of man’s reasoning. Throughout history, scientists’ confident assertions have later been disproven.
There’s a fundamental difference between operational science, which can be tested through repeatable experimentation, and historical science, which cannot.
There is no “neutral” starting point; everyone—whether they acknowledge it or not—interprets the “facts” according to a particular worldview.
Those who believe that only the uneducated reject evolution perhaps do not realize that evolution, far from fact, does not even qualify as a theory.
Evolution is a framework built on assumptions about the past—assumptions that will never have direct, first-hand, observational proof.
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