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The major contribution of Darwin to evolutionary theory was his theory of natural selection. Of the major aspects of evolution, the theory of natural selection has produced the least opposition by those critical of evolution. This is partially because limited selection is observed in selective breeding, and it is easy to extrapolate this process to the natural world . This paper summarized some of the reasons for the modern trend to abandon the theory of natural selection as a force in evolution .
Creationism, natural selection, theory, evolution
Volume 2:I, Pages 37-42
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"The Fall of the Natural Selection Theory,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 2
, Article 11.
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