Essays on Origins
Dr. David Menton, 1996
Essay #10: Natural Selection And Macroevolution
Excerpt: "Evolutionists like to refer to the sort of variation we see among individuals of a species as microevolution, implying that this is somehow related to the chance formation of fundamentally new animals by a process known as macroevolution. There is, in fact, no known relationship between so- called microevolution and macroevolution. Most evolutionists are quite aware of Essays on Origins, David N. Menton, this (although you would never guess it from the explanations of evolution in the media, textbooks, and in the classroom)."
Essay #11: Sickle Cell Anemia And Other "Good"
Mutations Of Evolution
Essay #12: Can Evolution Produce An Eye? Not A Chance!
Excerpt: "Evolutionists counter that the whole probability argument is irrelevant since evolution is utterly
purposeless, and thus never tries to make anything in particular! They insist, more over, that
"natural selection" makes the impossible, possible."
Essay #18: Species, Speciation and the Genesis Kind