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Using Evolutionary Theory


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A question that occasionally comes up is do people actually use evolutionary theory to make predictions and solve contemporary problems. It is a fair question and at first glance, it can be difficult to see just how powerful evolutionary theory is in terms of making "new" science. I've come across an outstanding video that describes in very basic and easy to understand language how evolutionary theory is being used to understand and possibly solve contemporary problems.

 

http://youtu.be/x0LdyzjZnqM

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For most of my Christian life, I didn't have a problem with evolution. I only too genesis one literally in the very beginning as a kid. Common ancestry is so well demonstrated, especially in DNA, and so easily falsifiable. But the fact that there is so much evidence and the theory has not been falsified, gives it extreme weight, more than enough to be called fact. It could all be debunked tomorrow with new evidence, but even if that does happen, intelligent design does not win by default. It would need more evidence than evolution currently has.

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