A Critique of Evolution | Part 3
Evolution in Competition with a Theory of Design
This series sets out to demonstrate why the fact that evolution is the accepted scientific explanation of the origin of the species does not necessarily entail that evolution was the true origin of the species, nor that we should feel confident in assuming that
In Part I, we argued that science holds no justification for a “truth” claim by any theory. In Part II, we noted that the “evidence” for evolutionary theory is particularly weak. We ended by concluding that if we cannot use science to determine whether the claims of evolutionary theory are true, we must turn instead to philosophy.
If one does not assume naturalism, it is fair and reasonable to consider whether the creation of life might be one of the phenomena that science will never thoroughly be able to explain or replicate (on account of its true cause having been supernatural).