A kiss from a princess can't
turn a frog into a prince yet evolutionists claim that ancestral
amphibians did change into people just by chance and natural selection.
But such major biological change needs new genetic information. Where
could it come from? At Oxford University, a prominent defender of
Darwinian evolution, Dr. Richard Dawkins, says the selective accumulation
of lucky mutations can explain it. This view is challenged by
biophysicist, Dr. Lee Spetner, in Israel, and by molecular biologist, Dr.
Michael Denton, in New Zealand. In Germany, Dr. Werner Gitt, an
information scientist, explains that evolutionary processes cannot produce
new information. And in Australia, biologist Dr. Don Batten shows there
are clear limits to biological change--frogs will always breed frogs.
From a Frog to a Prince