Common Design or Common Descent? | The Institute for Creation Research

Common Design or Common Descent?

Humans’ and chimpanzees’ many similar features are presented as one of the strongest evidences for evolutionary theory. But do these traits tell the story of evolution from an ape-like ancestor? What about the alternative view of design inference? Dr. Randy Guliuzza offers a clear-cut solution to the common design vs. common descent debate.

                  
 

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