Irreducible complexity – What is it?

Irreducible complexity is an argument against evolution. Evolution teaches the concept of the survival of the fittest. The more a creature’s physical and mental attributes enhance its chances of survival, the more likely it is able to live long enough to mate and pass on those helpful genetic traits to the next generation. Macroevolution refersContinue reading “Irreducible complexity – What is it?”

Seeing Is Not Always Believing: A Worldview Lesson from Sequoia Trees

Sequoias are the largest trees in the world. Redwood trees are taller, but sequoia trees have the greatest mass. The General Noble Tree, which now exists as the Chicago Stump, is perhaps the largest tree ever cut. It takes about eighteen men standing with arms outstretched to surround the stump completely (You can see meContinue reading “Seeing Is Not Always Believing: A Worldview Lesson from Sequoia Trees”

Still No Evolutionary Explanation for Human Language Back in 2014 we reported, “Leading Evolutionary Scientists Admit We Have No Evolutionary Explanation of Human Language.” Despite excited claims to the contrary, it was clear that a “miracle mutation” to the gene FOXP2 was not responsible for the emergence of the uniquely human ability to use language. But what about FOXP2 — aContinue reading “Still No Evolutionary Explanation for Human Language”