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Salvo 40

Salvo 40

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Good Questioner

A Review of Revolutionary by Terrell Clemmons


The first time biochemistry professor Michael Behe saw a diagram of the bacterial flagellum, he was captivated. Wow! he thought. That's really fascinating! I wonder how that evolved? Then he turned the page and went on, confident that somebody, somewhere, knew the answer. After all, everyone said Darwin's theory was true.

Sometime after that, he read Evolution: A Theory in Crisis, in which Michael Denton argues that the Darwinian mechanism of natural selection operating on . . .


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