From the Amazon blurb of the ''The Evolution Revolution'' (https://www.amazon.com/Evolution-Rev...3975679&sr=8-2):

"Evolutionary theory that relies on randomness has been destroyed by noting that no one has been able to show that the evolutionary events according to the theory have a probability that is anything but so small as to be practically equivalent to zero. Unless the probability of events like Common Descent, and even just speciation, can be shown to be reasonably high, the theory is not a theory.

For you, does that means that this creationist denies or doubts speciation?

"Evolutionary theory that relies on randomness has been destroyed by noting that no one has been able to show that the evolutionary events according to the theory have a probability that is anything but so small as to be practically equivalent to zero. Unless the probability of events like Common Descent, and even just speciation, can be shown to be reasonably high, the theory is not a theory.

**This has never been shown, thus the theory is destroyed.**"For you, does that means that this creationist denies or doubts speciation?

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