Neither lack of evidence nor conflicting evidence stopped the author from drawing far-reaching conclusions.
Feathers, which are the most complex integumental structures known in the animal kingdom, without doubt required coordinated changes in numerous genes.
Episode guest Brian Miller talks with host Casey Luskin about the details of the ingenious design.
Wherever you look in the history of life you stumble upon overwhelming evidence for design.
Farina says that if you want to make “creationists’ head explode” you just have to mention that reptile scales and bird feathers are made of the same keratin.