During  the 60 or so years that I have mulled over Darwinian theory some thoughts have crystallized and I have presented them on my blog  in Of God, Eyes, and Evolution and in The Evolution Fairy Tale .  This past year has marked the 200th anniversary of Darwin’s birth and the 150th anniversary of the publication of his The Origin of Species. To commemorate these anniversaries MercatorNet, an Australian  website which aims to “defend human dignity” in the areas of family, bioethics, religion, philosophy and media has run a number of articles on evolution over the past year.

When I offered them The Evolution Fairy Tale with its rehash of the many problems  with the theory of evolution, they felt its focus should be narrowed to deal with one problem  with Darwinism, a major problem  which has not, to our knowledge, been satisfactorily addressed.

I am happy that they have published on their site Vive La Différence–But How Did It Begin? which wonders about the origin of sexual differentiation.

It is to be hoped that many more people will discover and enjoy MercatorNet and a few will even leave intelligent comments.


Great is our Lord, and abundant in power; his understanding is beyond measure. — Psalm 147:5