Comment: Who rejects micro-evolution?

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Who rejects micro-evolution?

Even most strict young-earth creationists think Darwin was correct about natural selection and survival of the fittest. The debate is over whether micro-changes within a basic kind of organism can add up to macro changes into a majorly different kind of organism. Observing variations in finch species is one thing. Trying to explain in detail how micro changes lead from a whale to a cow is another matter. You accept that this kind of thing happened based on your particular faith that there is no God, and therefore that purely natural causes must explain everything.

Naturalism also runs into issues when it comes to accounting for human reason as just a series of cause and effect events in the natural world. I'd recommend you check out the discussion of this in 'Miracles' by C.S. Lewis, if you're open-minded enough to consider a challenge to your faith. ;)