Joined: May 2007
At AiG I find
|Long after the idea of spontaneous generation of maggots, mice and worms had been generally discarded, scientists still clung to the idea of spontaneous generation of microscopic animals. |
I know this subject is covered by Claim CB000 of Index to Creationist Claims at the t.o. archive, but is there any substance to the claim that "scientists still clung ...", or is it entirely an invention by AiG? Who might those scientists possibly have been, do any reliable reference exist?
I like to be 100% certain when debating creationists; I believe I beat them with good margin in that respect.
Or can I safely just ask for evidence?
The fundamental choice to be made, given the available information, is not whether chance provides a better explanation than design, but whether natural laws provide a better explanation than a design.