By: R Milton
Since it was first introduced over 150 years ago, Darwinists have supported the theory of survival of the fittest. In this controversial book, Richard Milton questions whether we can be sure that what Darwinism claims is true, when more than a century of excavation has failed to produce evidence of the `missing link'. Do we have proof that species can change by selection, or that acquired features can be inherited? And how do we know that carbon dating is reliable? This thought-provoking book cogently argues against blindly accepting the century-old theories of evolution without demanding evidence to support them.
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