Giberson and Collins point to the feather as a prime example of a novel feature arising via blind evolution.
Casey Luskin discusses how theistic Darwinists Francis Collins and Karl Giberson rely on the argument that pseudogenes are junk.
The so-called “anti-evolution” charge against intelligent design is what sparked my initial interest in Alfred Russel Wallace some years ago.
Let me tell a little story about blood clotting, Russell Doolittle, and Michael Ruse.
Nature’s prophet and Darwin’s challenger, Wallace’s effort was to restore nature to the “space-spirit hierarchy” it once knew.