Didier Raoult, whom even the evolutionists admit is “the most productive and influential microbiologist in France,” explains that Charles Darwin “was a priest,” in a personal profile story this week.
Raoult’s popular book, Dépasser Darwin (Beyond Darwin) questions several tenets of modern evolutionary theory, including the importance of natural selection. Evolution’s tree of life, explains Raoult, should be replaced by a network of interconnected species.
And how do evolutionists respond? David Moreira of the University of Paris-Sud in Orsay explains that “It’s dangerous to say those things.” It’s not that Raoult is wrong, but that he provides creationist groups with ammunition. As usual, evolutionary dogma takes precedence over science.