Natural Selection—Is It Evolution?
This is Ken Ham, founder of the popular magazine for the whole family called Answers.

Natural selection is one of the icons of evolution with examples of natural selection, like Darwin’s finches, given as “proof” of evolution. Now, these finches have different-sized beaks, allowing them to eat different foods. So evolutionists will say, “See, we’re observing evolution.”

But what they’re really observing is small changes within a kind. You see, the genetic information to produce different beak sizes is already there. It’s built into the finches’ DNA. For evolution to happen, you’d need brand-new information to produce brand-new features—and certainly that’s never been observed.

Natural selection—it’s not evolution.

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