Theistic evolutionary thinking is designed to reconcile religious believers to the denial of their own common sense.
The title is a reference to The Wizard of Oz, in which Dorothy is told that you can never see the “Wizard.”
Charles Darwin was the first to articulate this notion, but it survives, a true vestige, among his modern advocates.
Yet another evolutionary icon has fallen to the data.
Darwin-defenders like Karl Giberson have used the rare phenomenon of babies born with supposed “tails” as evidence for common descent.