Do Darwinists Believe In Miracles? Are They Engineering Deniers?
|December 22, 2011||Posted by GilDodgen under Intelligent Design|
It seems to me that they do, and that they are. I made the following comment in vjtorley’s thread here:
Something that must be kept in mind is that, if proponents of the creative power of the Darwinian mechanism are correct, every aspect of every biological system in every living thing that has ever existed — from functional proteins, to the flagellum, to the human mind — must be approachable in a step-by-tiny-step fashion through the accumulation of random errors. This should strike reasonable people as belief in something that can only be described as a miracle.
One can easily get lost in the obfuscation and misdirection of Darwinists, with endless claims that one must read endless “peer-reviewed scientific papers” about protein homologies in order to understand the “overwhelming evidence for evolution” — which means that if one uses common sense and recognizes that screwing up complex, functionally integrated, information processing systems will do the opposite of what Darwinists claim such a process will do, he is an IDiot who wants to destroy science and establish a theocracy.
The more we learn the more it becomes obvious that living systems are the product of design and engineering, and I claim that Darwinists believe in miracles and are engineering deniers.