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Evolution doesn't explain homosexuality (Talk.Origins)

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It is agreed that Evolution can produce homosexuality. Evolution theory undermines the basis of morality, where ever it is accepted. Once this occurs, gross immoral behavior, such as homosexuality, is an inevitable result.  
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It is agreed that the process of [[biological evolution]] can not produce [[homosexuality]]. Evolution theory undermines the basis of [[morality]], where ever it is accepted. Once this occurs, gross immoral behavior, such as homosexuality, is an inevitable result.  
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This article (Evolution doesn't explain homosexuality (Talk.Origins)) is a response to a rebuttal of a creationist claim published by Talk.Origins Archive under the title Index to Creationist Claims.


Claim CB403:

Evolution does not explain homosexuality. Traits evolve as a result of greater reproductive success, and homosexuals are less likely to reproduce..

Source: Macks, Steven,2000. Madd Macks debate archives. Reed, Fred, 2004 (3 Mar.). Spare me.

CreationWiki response:

It is agreed that the process of biological evolution can not produce homosexuality. Evolution theory undermines the basis of morality, where ever it is accepted. Once this occurs, gross immoral behavior, such as homosexuality, is an inevitable result.

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