BioLogos Finally Realizes That Nobody Likes A Mugwump

Karl Giberson is pessimistic about the future influence of groups like BioLogos, who try to ride the fence between two exclusive views of history. One view says that the universe came to be by a chance progressive process by purely natural means. The other claims that God created the world quite on purpose by fiat and direct action. The…

Deflating Dobzhansky’s Grand Assumption, or Why Microevolution Does Not Lead To Macroevolution

Textbooks and Evo-evangelists still claim that small observable microevolutionary changes lead to big macroevolutionary changes. Some even think that Creationists made up the terms micro- and macroevolution to confuse folks but the distiction was actually recognized by evolutionists like Theodosius Dobzhansky [poor Mr. Hurd]! But the truth is that observable processes like Natural Selection and speciation can produce horizontal changes within kinds of animals but cannot satisfy the requirements of the assumptions of vertical microbes-to-man macroevolution. Which is pretty sad, since that’s what we teach our children!