Dr. Miller takes on a number of specific examples including the celebrated eyeless cavefish, which he “used to think was an absolute win for microevolution.”
Consider a box with an internal divider such that the box is divided into two separate compartments, A and B.
Examples of so-called “convergent” evolution are ubiquitous, including the camera eye design shared by the squid and human.
Today our knowledge of the eye’s design is far more detailed. Particularly striking are the incredible mechanisms at the molecular level.
Is William Lane Craig’s book good news for Christians? I’m not so sure, and here’s one reason why.