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Author Topic:   "Evolution" and "The Theory of Evolution" are not the same thing
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10-07-2016 12:42 PM

The concept of "Evolution" and the "Theory of Evolution" are not the same thing. It requires one to distinguish between these two concepts in order to correctly discuss these issues. Evolution occurs. Random mutation and natural selection occur. But is this phenomenon adequate to transform reptiles to birds? Only when one understands how random mutation and natural selection works can you determine whether the theory of evolution is possible.
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10-07-2016 6:26 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by Kleinman
10-07-2016 12:42 PM

Seems to have found a home elsewhere - Not rejected, but on hold
The message 1 content seems to have found a happy home in the "Explaining the pro-Evolution position", starting here.


Or something like that.

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