Do I need to recount for you the instances of observed evolution, past and present? You already have rejected short-term examples of the phenomenon, but when the exact same pseudogene for Vitamin C is broken in the exact same place in humans and chimpanzees, indicating we inherited it from a common ancestor, what else do you say it is other than a fact that we evolved from that common ancestor? If you have read the authors you claim to have, how many more examples of evolution in action do you want? You say that it's "immediately obvious from the evolution genre...that while evolutionists consistently make this claim, it is nowhere demonstrated." It baffles me how you can make that statement. How gilded do you insist the lily be?
I like this comment because it is a succinct example of evolutionary thinking. Can you see the metaphysics at work?
Yes there are scientific problems. Cases of observed evolution are of limited value in proving evolution to be a fact, unless we equivocate on evolution. In fact, they reveal complex response mechanisms at work which evolutionists have resisted acknowledging.
But these problems are inconsequential, for evolutionists have metaphysical certainty. If you can see the metaphysics at work, then you understand the evolution genre.