Truth in the UK's public square

Why Charles Darwin Was Wrong

Taking its title from Darwin’s famous book “On the Origin of Species”, this session examines the question of how thousands of different species of animals, plants, fungi, bacteria and algae came to be? What process developed the eye, ear, hand, knee, liver, kidney, heart and brain (with its 100 billion neurons connected by 100 trillion synapses, the most complicated object in the universe)? From whence came photosynthesis, pollination, metamorphosis and migration? How did human reproduction arise, a process in which “a fertilised egg makes a journey as complex as the path of a golf ball that rolls 30 miles and lands precisely in the 18th hole of a course it has never seen”? Michael Penfold asks, can genetic mutation and natural selection account for all of this?

Complete series:

Part 1 – Does Truth Exist
Part 2 – Who Made God?
Part 3 – Where Did Life Come From?
Part 4 – Why Charles Darwin Was Wrong
Part 5 – Darwin’s Deadly Legacy
Part 6 – The Gospel: Man-Made or Divine?
Part 7 – If God Exists, Why Is There Evil?