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Micro- vs. macro-evolution

Tom HealeyDillon

Re: “I believe in evolution and God” (Daily Mail, July 2)You know that diseases developing immunity to medicine is not macro-evolution (which I am arguing against). This is micro-evolution (which creation scientists concede happens). Micro-evolution happens when we see various types of dogs, for example. But the dogs don’t evolve into horses. “So God created great sea creatures and every living thing that moves with which the waters abounded, according to their kind, and every winged bird, according to its kind … (Genesis 1:22). Today, animals and birds and humans are reproducing “according to their kind.” Dogs have baby dogs. Horses have baby horses. Humans have baby humans. The tadpole changes into a frog, but the frog reproduction cycle starts over again with, guess what, tadpoles. The caterpillar changes into a butterfly, but the butterfly’s larva is, guess what, a caterpillar.If you believe there is a god, then I pray your belief is in the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, the God of Jacob, and the God of Tom Healey. And if you believe in the one true God, then you should take Him at His word. Again, there is no fossil evidence for evolution – theistic or atheistic. Evolution is an unproven theory, and an absurd theory.I ask you to reconsider and think through this subject.


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