Hox Genes — Evolution Fails

Proponents of atoms-to-athlete evolution insist that evolution has predictability. This is the opposite of what is actually observed, since evolution has lack of predictability and lack of benefit. Many of the predictions made by evolutionists seem to require people to put aside their reasoning ability and put their faith in the mystical esoteric knowledge of the high priests of evolutionism.

Evolutionists claim that their science has predictability. This has been proved false many times, especially in genetics and the Hox genes.
Hox Cluster / Public Doman / Squidonius

Falsified predictions in evolutionary thinking are readily apparent, especially in genetics. The Hox gene (combining the words homeobox and homeotic) are strong indicators that God is the designer, not the mad god of naturalism.
Without a doubt, humans, chimpanzees, and other organisms share some very similar features. One explanation for the origin of these features is that they reflect similar designs that serve similar purposes. The common design inference is quite intuitive since components of complicated human-designed systems are all directly analogous to other creature’s features for similar purposes, such as their structural frameworks, pumps, sensors, and data processors.

People willing to hypothesize that God’s supernatural design and creativity caused the great diversity of life on Earth have, for millennia, acknowledged the plausibility of the common-design explanation.

Another approach some people use to explain all phenomena is naturalism, which closes off any appeal to supernatural intelligence or power and rather presupposes that nature’s matter and forces alone are sufficient causes of the origin of the universe and life itself. But naturalism has to appeal to mystical mechanisms since people have never observed anything design and create itself by mechanisms known to have originated purely by nature’s matter and forces.
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