History within Science??

History within Science??

Posted by on Aug 3, 2021 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

 

“There is no way in the present to test or repeat what happened in the past. Any conclusions about things that are not testable in the present must be based on unprovable assumptions about the untestable past.

The late Ernst Mayr, who was considered by many to be one of the 20th century’s most influential evolutionists, put it this way:

Evolutionary biology, in contrast with physics and chemistry, is an historical science—the evolutionist attempts to explain events and processes that have already taken place. Laws and experiments are inappropriate techniques for the explication of such events and processes. Instead one constructs a historical narrative, consisting of a tentative reconstruction of the particular scenario that led to the events one is trying to explain2 (emphasis added).

He then amazingly concluded, “No educated person any longer questions the validity of the so-called theory of evolution, which we know now to be a simple fact”2 (emphasis added).”

Let’s be clear, the Theory of Evolution is not “a simple fact”!

Read more in detail here: https://answersingenesis.org/world-religions/is-evolution-a-religion/

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