A Good Idea Gone Bad? Part III to come

I’ve been asked by a friend to compose a part III of my evolution series, on “irreducible complexity.” I promise it won’t take me as long as Part II. And I can already tell you what the conclusion will be, based upon years of thought about the subject: Michael Behe’s idea results from a fundamental misunderstanding of molecular evolutionary mechanisms, which as a PhD biochemist he should know better. That error then leads to something that is every bit as theologically untenable as it is scientifically absurd.

So, stay tuned…

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