The scientific establishment argues strongly for evolution. Apparently the “evidence is overwhelming”, though I remain underwhelmed, among others. I won’t speak for everyone, just myself—why is this little guy holding out against the crowds of evolutionists, who undoubtedly know a lot more about biology and genetics than I could ever hope to? Why won’t I put my trust in evolutionary science?
In part 1, I contend that the current scientific institutions are not set up to honestly consider the possibility of divine creation.
In part 2, I examine the idea that “religion is scientifically untestable”, and the consequences of that philosophy.
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