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Common Descent or Common Design? An Exercise in Question-Begging | Evolution News

September 13, 2017

“…Interestingly, there are many examples of creatures widely separated on the tree of life that still somehow possess this or that unusual feature in common, even though creatures believed to be much more closely related do not share that feature. Evolutionists say such instances are examples of convergent evolution — that is, nature evolved the same unusual feature more than once. So according to Darwinian logic a common feature is prima facie evidence of common ancestry…until it obviously isn’t, at which point it’s time to invoke the magic of convergent evolution.Such are the lengths Darwinists go to in order to avoid the design inference…”

Source: Common Descent or Common Design? An Exercise in Question-Begging | Evolution News

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