Sunday, April 11, 2010
Throughout out the book, Coyne lists many different points that creationists have brought up when refuting the theory of evolution. He also, after stating them, provides evidence for why their argument is not true. Do you feel that he adequately shut down all of the creationists points? Are there any other arguments that creationists have against evolution that he may have missed? If so, what are they and is there any evolutionary evidence that proves it to be wrong? With all of the evidence against the creationist theory, why are there still so many people attached to it?