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Convergent Evolution

Convergent evolution
A term invented by evolutionists to explain the similar design features seen in living organisms that live in similar environments or have similar lifestyles, but are on different branches on the evolutionary tree. It relies on the belief that being in the same environment or having the same needs can somehow redesign an organism’s genes to produce useful structures and functions. “Convergent evolution” is a tribute to the enormous faith of evolutionists. It takes a lot of blind faith to believe that a functional system with many interacting parts evolved once by chance random process. It takes much more faith to believe it happened twice.

Reproduced with permission from Creation Research Evidence News Update No.12, 21st July, AD2004.