Outstandingly bright — with eyes that strikingly resemble ours — yet their ancestors split from mammals and birds 600 million years ago.
Intelligent design’s scientific program can, at least in part, be viewed as an attempt to unmask Darwinist credulity.
In his new book, Michael Denton is particularly strong on what he terms “the post-Copernican delusion of mankind’s cosmic irrelevance.”
Two evolutionists make a stunning admission: the human eye is not poorly engineered, after all.
Today our knowledge of the eye’s design is far more detailed. Particularly striking are the incredible mechanisms at the molecular level.