The View From 1776
Question of the Day - August 23, 2006
If Darwin’s Galapagos Island finches with slight differences in their beaks are different species, why aren’t caucasians, blacks, and Asiatics, with much more marked superficial differences, also different species?
Why is there such fierce disagreement among evolutionary biologists about the proper species classification of many plants and animals, if Darwin’s evolutionary hypothesis is definitive and unquestionable science?
Is it possible that evolutionary biology is just a set of arbitrary classifications arising originally as a political and philosophical effort to discredit Judeo-Christianity?
Note that, from the Judeo-Christian viewpoint, caucasians, blacks, and Asiatics all are equally children of God.