Evolutionists as scientific Pharisees: here’s how

According to ‘Crommunist’:

That is the difference between creation “science” and actual evolutionary science – real science derives its conclusions from the observed evidence. Creationism sets its conclusion first and then cherry-picks, back-fills and tortures the evidence to support that conclusion.

Oh really? I mean evolutionists wouldn’t do that, would they?

The same seems to be true for a fascinating protein called lysozyme. Lysozyme is the enzyme in tears that “bites holes” in the cell walls of bacteria so that they explode. (Listen for the “pop” on a quiet evening!) Egg whites are rich in the same enzyme, and that’s what keeps eyes and egg whites from easily getting infected.

By comparing lysozyme and lactalbumin, [Richard E.] Dickerson was hoping to “pin down with great precision” where human beings branched off the mammal line. The results are surprising. In this test, it turned out that humans are more closely related to the chicken than to any living mammal tested!

Every evolutionist knows that can’t be true, but how can he get around the objective evidence? In his concluding diagram, Dickerson slips in a wiggly line for rapid evolution, and that brings the whole thing back in line again with his evolutionary assumptions. But notice that his protein data, the facts that he observed, did not help him at all with his evolutionary idea.

Quote sources

  1. Crommunist. (2010). CFI Skeptics ‘Welcome’ Jonathan Sarfati, PhD. Available http://crommunist.com/2010/10/30/cfi-skeptics-welcome-creationist-jonathan-sarfati-phd/. Last accessed 21st Feb 2015.
  2. Parker, G. D. (1994). ‘Comparative Similarities: Homology’ in Creation: Facts of Life. Answers in Genesis. Available https://answersingenesis.org/biology/comparative-similarities-homology/#n18. Last accessed 21st Feb 2015.
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