Is “The Imminent Demise of Evolution” still imminent?
Posted by Paul Braterman
The demise of evolution, and of the geology necessary to support it, has been imminent since 1825. I hear and tremble.
My friend the rev Michael Roberts has reblogged my link here, with reference to his own experience. Michael is Anglican Priest, geologist, and historian, and has been following Creationist infiltration into the UK churches for some decades.
Troy Britain’s piece reblogged here refers in turn to G.R. Morton’s classical compilation. Morton’s piece was originally posted on Answers in Science. The link from Morton to Answers in Science failed to work for me, but I am happy to say that a direct link, here, works admirably as a source and resource.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – To William Dembski, all the debate in this country over evolution won’t matter in a decade.
By then, he says, the theory of evolution put forth by Charles Darwin 150 years ago will be “dead.”
Despite a flood of challenges since the publication of The Origin of Species in 1859 by Charles Darwin and more than 150 years of unprecedented scientific efforts in the history of mankind to prove otherwise, the evidence examined in nature tooled with unprecedented technology continues to be compatible with the Genesis record written by Moses…
…Evolution, once a theory in crisis, is now in crisis without even a cohesive unifying theory.
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About Paul BratermanScience writer, former chemistry professor; committee member British Centre for Science Education; board member and science adviser Scottish Secular Society; former member editorial board, Origins of Life, and associate, NASA Astrobiology Insitute; first popsci book, From Stars to Stalagmites 2012
Posted on November 28, 2016, in Creationism, Evolution, Geology, History of Science, Science and tagged Answers in Science, Michael Roberts, Playing Chess with Pigeons, Wiliam Dembski. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.