There are innumerable descriptions and definitions of theistic evolution. How things are phrased matters a lot.
A bottleneck of two, or a first pair at our origin older than 500,000 years, is possible.
Buggs isn’t the only qualified biologist who has looked at arguments from MHC genes against Adam and Eve and found them lacking.
Dr. Moran further writes, “it is true that evolutionary theory doesn’t allow for a ‘guided’ mechanism.” Hey wait, isn’t that what I just said?
The mainstream media’s “framing” of the evolution-debate would have us believe that Darwin-skeptics are the ones who make religious arguments and try to push religion into the science classroom. But the evidence shows that the Darwinists are often the ones who push religion — and in an unashamed manner, at that. A recent UC Irvine news article reports on a lecture given by leading evolutionary biologist Francisco Ayala where he suggested that religion should be discussed in science classes. Ayala said, “the fact that science is compatible with religion is an important thing to state in science classes.” He continued making religious arguments for evolution, contending, “The theory of evolution is better for religion than intelligent design.” But the most Read More ›