Evolution (or Darwinism) has always been attributed to Charles Darwin. He was an English naturalist and geologist, best known for his contributions to the theory of evolution. He was born on February 12, 1809, and died on April 19, 1882. He received many medals such as the Royal Medal, Wollaston Medal and Copley Medal.
Despite the fame he got and the many scientists who follow him and his theory of evolution, so many others reject this theory as they believe that the world in general, and man in particular, were created by a Supreme Being, whom many call “Allah the Creator”, while many others as well call Him “God”. Anyway, it is a well-known fact that Allah the Almighty, the Creator, is the Supreme Being Who created everything in this whole universe and beyond. There is no doubt about that as numerous signs in the skies, on earth and under the sea are but signs of this miraculous creation of Allah the Almighty.
Truth Seeker has published heavily on the topic of refuting Darwinism in a way to contribute to the efforts made by many scientists and scholars who defy this false theory and try to expose it and display its fallacies and apparent falsifications.
Below, you will find some of the materials previously published by Truth Seeker in a way to have a say on this topic and to take a positive and constructive part in this crucial issue which affects not only the foundations of man’s existence, but also his faith and beliefs.
This article by Harun Yahya deals with the question: Existence of Different Races: Evidence for Evolution?, and answers it perfectly; join us to see how different races nullify this big fallacy of evolution.
One rule, put forward by R. A. Fisher, one of the last century’s best known geneticists, and based on observations, clearly invalidates this hypothesis. Fisher states in his book The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection that the likelihood that a particular mutation will become fixed in a population is inversely proportional to its effect on the phenotype.1 Or, to put it another way, the bigger the mutation, the less chance it has of becoming a permanent trait within the group.
Dr. Ali Al-Halawani is Assistant Professor of Linguistics and Translation, Kulliyyah of Languages and Management (KLM), International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He was Assistant Professor and worked for a number of international universities in Malaysia and Egypt such as Al-Madinah International University, Shah Alam, Malaysia (Mediu) and Misr University for Science & Technology (MUST), Egypt; Former Editor-in-Chief of the Electronic Da`wah Committee (EDC), Kuwait; Former Deputy Chief Editor and Managing Editor of the Living Shari`ah Department, www.islamOnline.net; Member of the International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS); and member of the World Association of Arab Translators & Linguists (Wata). He is a published writer, translator and researcher. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.