Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Miraculous Change in Evolution? Yes, According to an Evolutionist

American ornithologist William Beebe compared evolution to a fairy tale. Image courtesy of the New York Zoological Society.

Joel Kontinen

At times, evolutionists can be rather honest and they write or say what they really think. This happened to American ornithologist William Beebe (1877 – 1962). He wrote: The “idea of miraculous change, which is supposed to be an exclusive prerogative of fairy-tales, is a common phenomenon of evolution.”

The miraculous inventions of evolution are called Darwinian just so stories.

They are seldom if ever very scientific.


Beebe, William. 1965. The Bird: Its Form and Function. New York Dover Publications.