Macroevolution and Microcreationism

Eller, David
September 2003
Skeptic;2003, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p70
Presents a flaw in intelligent design creationism in the U.S. Significance of macroevolution and microcreationism; Definition of macroevaluation; Difference of the two.


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