>Here is a challenge to everyone: Take one of Behe's examples and propose an
>evolutionary gradualistic path.
Now let's see if I have this right. Darwin's theory posits that evolution
occurred naturally. He also believed that it happened gradually. If we
can cite examples where change must have taken place in a short time frame,
we can also infer that it wasn't natural?
Doesn't make sense, but if you think people will fall for it I guess it
would be worth a try. Maybe we can get them all to heaven before they
wise up, is that it?
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