The Assumptions Behind the Theory of Evolution: Why We Are Taught Assumptions As Codified Facts of Science
AuthorHouse, 2011 - 476 páginas
The foundation of evolutionary theory consists solidly of numerous unwarranted and illegitimate assumptions, many of which are antagonistic to the facts of nature. These assumptions are taught to the public as codified facts of science, when they exist only as "what if's." The author addresses these issues as well as the philosophical roots of this scientific movement that push the theory along, keeping it "alive" by less than scientific means. He exposes the farce that a false philosophy - not science - keeps alive. Most of the arguments for Intelligent Design are covered as well as many more ID doesn't cover.
The author also covers various "games" that evolutionary theorists like to play in their efforts to make evolutionary theory seem scientific. He covers "equivocation" (switching the meanings of words around to fit one's means to an end), especially the four different meanings of the word "evolution" utilized by evolutionists to confuse the issue. Before long, anyone caught up into a debate with an evolutionist must concede because of these perfidious tactics.
According to one scientist, this is an "excellent book...It promises to be a very important book in this area (referring to the creation vs. evolution controversy)." Dr. Jerry Bergman, M.S., Ph.D., M.P.H., M.A., M.S.B.S.
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SECTION TWO THE ASSUMPTIONS
Assumption 2 The Naturalistic Paradigm
Assumption 3 The Fact of Evolution
Assumptions 4 5 With Enough Time Anything
Assumption 13Variation and Adaptation
Assumption 14 Natural Selection
Assumption 15 Speciation
Assumption 16 Similarity means Relatedness
Assumption 18 Discontinuity
Assumption 20 Biological Design
Assumptions 7 8 Protein Structure and Function
Assumptions 9 10 Change of Structure and Function
Assumption 12 Sex Sexual Organs and Sexual Behavior
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