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The logic that nothing, but chance, is scientific is a flawed one. It is a logical dead-end. If brand-new civilizations were discovered in outer space, would the logic of Darwinism and chance be employed in all of them? Would it be claimed that chance established civilizations everywhere? The portrayal of this miserable logic as scientific is the shame and disgrace of the current century.

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26 / 2004-07-02

A report headed "Skull fuels Homo erectus debate" was published on the BBC web site on July 2, 2004. The article dealt with a fossilised skull unearthed in Kenya by the palaeontologist Richard Potts and his team, estimated to be some 900,000 years old and the debate over the category it belonged to.

Although the fossil discovery had generally Homo erectus features it possessed a smaller skull than usual. Some evolutionist researchers maintained that it belonged to Homo erectus, while others opposed all fossils dating back to that period being classified as Homo erectus and suggested that this finding indicated the existence of another species.

These debates once again show that the fossil records depicted as support for the scenario of human evolution are far from presenting a picture that is objectively acceptable. Evolutionists who categorise these fossils according to their own lights have not set out concrete lines between categories. Potts words in the BBC interview, "To my mind it is very difficult to say, just from the bones, where the species boundaries lie," is a reflection of this.

The category Homo erectus with which this fossil is linked does not document an assumed transition from an apelike creature towards man, and constitutes no evidence of evolution. The category Homo erectus is a totally artificial one produced from a preconceived perspective based on the uncertainties mentioned in this article. Although Homo erectus is separated from modern-day man, Homo sapiens, only by racial differences, these differences have assumed an inter-species dimension and the fossils have been interpreted according to people"s own prejudices.

For a consideration of the preconceptions that have played a role in the formation of the category Homo erectus, depicted as a transitional species by evolutionists, see:

The claim that Homo erectus was a primitive species is nothing but prejudice


The way that all of Europe has become acquainted with Atlas of Creation and the declaration of the fact that living creatures have remained unchanged for millions of years and that evolution is devoid of any scientific worth have led to a major change of belief among the people of Europe. Independent polls conducted by well-known publishing institutions in different European countries have revealed a major drop in the numbers of people believing in Darwinism and that belief in Allah now dominates Europe. >>

In order to create, God has no need to design

It's important that the word "design" be properly understood. That God has created a flawless design does not mean that He first made a plan and then followed it. God, the Lord of the Earth and the heavens, needs no "designs" in order to create. God is exalted above all such deficiencies. His planning and creation take place at the same instant.
Whenever God wills a thing to come about, it is enough for Him just to say, "Be!"
As verses of the Qur'an tell us:
His command when He desires a thing is just to say to it, "Be!" and it is. (Qur'an, 36: 82)
[God is] the Originator of the heavens and Earth. When He decides on something, He just says to it, "Be!" and it is. (Qur'an, 2: 117)

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