A Conversation for Discrepancies in the Theory of Evolution - Part II

Logical fallacy

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"The only plausible explanation for irreducibly complex biological tissue is an intelligent creator."

This makes no sense. An intelligent creator capable of creating life in this manner must himself be irreducibly complex (though not necessarily biological tissue). Thus, this argument assumes the prior existence of complexity in order to explain complexity.

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