Purpose and design (Evolution)

by David Turell @, Monday, April 17, 2017, 23:12 (158 days ago) @ Balance_Maintained

Tony: I've already answered regarding the weaverbird's nest, as well as all other complex visors of animals. I see them each as part of a broader design that allows variations within constraints. Much like the rest of the universe, animal behaviors, even the seemingly complex ones, result from complex interactions between simpler parts, much like chemical or molecular reactions. Certain elements behave certain ways when combined with other elements. By layering or chaining these elements, we get a nigh infinite variety of possibilities. God created the biological elements, set tight constraints on how they work, then allowed the rules governing the system to do their job and produce the variety.Much like a designer drug, the reactions or end results are not always identical, and often far more complex then predicted once they are released into the environment. However, I ink God knew, and could predict, every stage and every change, and accounted for them in his design.

I'm in general agreement with your statement.


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