Posted: Mar 28, 2018 1:27 pm
by Sendraks
Wortfish wrote:Not really.

When you can provide some citations to support your claims, you get to say that.

Wortfish wrote: All creationists believe in natural selection, adaptation and speciation.

Tell me, how did you think repeating this to someone who knows that the contrary is the case, was going to work out?
Did you think it would be persuasive?

Furthermore, I know most of the population doesn't understand natural selection, adaptation and speciation, so the notion that creationists believe in it is a level of ridiculous I'd laugh at, if it wasn't so pathetic.

Wortfish wrote:In fact, the young earth creationists believe in a sort of hyper-evolution in which new species formed extremely rapidly from the created kinds.

So they don't believe in evolution. The believe in set of apologetics which supports their assumed conclusion. The whole idea of it was contrived as a rejection of evolution as part of the ID agenda.