Darwinism is committed to evolution happening gradually, one step at a time, by single mutational changes.
The take-home lesson is that evolution, on its best day, is an embarrassingly anemic process.
Unsatisfied with circular evolutionary arguments and lazy reasoning, Michael Behe decided to pose his question to the real-world data.
Are scientists in Texas catching malaria in the act of evolving, or is something else going on?
The once seemingly humble cilium is actually even more irreducibly complex than Dr. Behe suggested in his first book.