Of course, it is only we “nitpicking” intelligent design proponents who point out such incongruences.
William Lane Craig’s rhetorical strategy is essentially to accept whatever mainstream evolutionary paleoanthropology says.
Harari’s conjecture — “There are no gods” — forms the very basis for everything he says in the rest of the book.
If cichlid evolution is a central paradigm in evolutionary biology, then Darwinism’s sphere of explanatory inference is too small to matter.
The reason all these new discoveries are so noteworthy is not because they represent the usual progress of science.