Friday, March 26, 2010
why evolution is true
The back of the book says "Coyne does not aim to prove creationism wrong. Rather, by using irrefutable evidence, he sets out to prove evolution right." After reading the book, can you agree agree with that statement, or do you think that Coyne also used this book to point out holes in the creationist arguement? Remember to use examples from the book to support your opinion! Also, it's been over a year since this book has first been published (it was first published January 22, 2009). Has there been any scientific findings since then that if included in the book, would of helped Coyne's argument that evolution is true?