"There is nothing miraculous about convergent evolution."
I look forward to hearing all about it beginning on February 11th!
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WiYC finished with:
"“The fact that this class of proteins is involved in sensory perception in these diverse species points to a path of evolutionary investigation.”
Why is it that evolutionists have no problem with somthing like convergent evolution (when an organism miraculously evolves the very same trait that an 'unrelated' organism evolved)
... and yet they demand that God use different genetic materials for each organism?"
There is nothing miraculous about convergent evolution. First of all, there are no 'unrelated' organisms. Thylacinus cynocephalus and Canis lupus are distantly related sharing a common ancestor before the split of marsupials and placentals.
Second, my position is that evolution actually provides an explanation for convergence. These animals have similar charactteristics because they have similar ways of making a living. What works for lupus also works for cynocephalus in similar circumstances.
I won't discuss my beliefs about God. I don't discuss my understanding of the Bible, either. I don't wish to offend you.