Evolution is good at creating niche advantages by breaking things; it isn’t good at building fundamentally novel forms.
Michigan State University biologist Richard Lenski and collaborators have just published a terrific new paper.
Mainstream evolutionary biologists are independently arriving at very similar conclusions to Behe’s central thesis.
If mutations are the raw material for evolution, they are like explosives with unpredictable effects.
Dr. Egnor draws upon Aristotle to argue that mutations and other random events only occur, and have their meaning, against a backdrop of purpose and design.