Evolutionists have to propose, for instance, that Old World monkeys rafted across the Atlantic from Africa to South America on a natural raft.
Remarkably, Darwin’s evolutionary ideas did not derive from his empirical observations in the South Seas or anywhere else.
If fossils from Newfoundland have been interpreted correctly by paleontologists at Heidelberg University, they give more worries to Darwinists.
Ruse’s chronological snobbery might be forgiven if the claims he makes for Darwinism can be unequivocally substantiated.
Taking the facts and arguments presented together, it appears to be clear that no macroevolution is happening in “Darwin’s finches.”