Evolution, survival and adaptation (Evolution)

by David Turell @, Thursday, September 14, 2017, 01:34 (40 days ago) @ dhw


DAVID: You sense of logic doesn't explain polar bears who swim about eating seafood and never change. And if God can offer cell communities the biochemical knowledge to make major phenotypic and physiologic changes, why does your logic require a two step mechanism? He can do it directly Himself, can't He?

dhw: Polar bears don’t live in the water. They can get ample food without changing. Pre-whales presumably couldn’t. I don’t know what you’re referring to with your ‘two-step mechanism’.

Two steps are: step one, God gives the organisms the info to make their own changes, and step two, the organisms make the changes.

dhw: Cell communities would take as many steps as are needed to reach optimum efficiency. Hence all the different finch beaks and all the different stages of whale. But your God could have created the final whale directly, without any steps, so why didn’t he?

God obviously prefers to evolve organisms. Why all the steps to H. sapiens I might point out to you. It is his pattern of action.


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