The probability of evolution (Creation Magazine LIVE! 5-12) In a debate on June 30, 1860 Thomas Huxley stated that monkeys could, given enough time, produce a Psalm purely by chance. Similarly, molecular movement, given enough time could produce man without a Creator. See why probability arguments like this fail to support evolution.
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