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The science of evolution
Comments like this are commonplace in anti-evolutionary publications, though this particular example is interesting because it comes from an Islamic creationist, demonstrating that such misinterpretation of scientific evidence is not limited to fundamentalist Christians. So it is worth following the exploration of various evolutionary case histories in previous chapters with a second look at the scientific credentials of the theory.
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