Koh, it's ambigious; there's no doubt about it, and that brings me to this question, where did you find it? The reason I ask,
Intelligent design and evolution, let's have a debate
Context isn't outdated, is it?
The history of the theory of evolution is one of bitter debates between religion and science, and the debates continue today. In "On the Origin of Species," Charles Darwin refuted the arguments for intelligent design put forward by the 18th century English philosopher William Paley, who greatly influenced the evolutionary theorist until Darwin witnessed natural selection at work on the Galapagos Islands
. Over the ensuing decades, Darwin's theories were rigorously tested and criticized before they won over the majority of scientists.
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