God and evolution: weaverbirds (Evolution)

by David Turell @, Monday, April 03, 2017, 15:32 (469 days ago) @ dhw

dhw: There is a world of difference between direct intervention by your God, and your God “allowing” birds to design their own variants, to do which he must have given them the necessary mechanisms.[/i]

DAVID: Of course, they have epigenetics for variation, no argument.

dhw: So why do you insist that your God must have specially designed the weaverbird’s nest because it is too complicated for the weaverbird to have designed by itself? Ditto the monarch’s lifestyle and the fly’s compound eye. These are all variations. And how are they all related to God’s “only goal” – the production of humans?

You know my reasoning: balance of nature to supply life's energy for evolution to proceed for millions of years. As for the nest, please note Tony's entry today. God's behavioral instructions.

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