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Dustin, what you are talking about is not evolution per se. It is what many call micro-evolution (changes within a species). You mentioned taking different breeds of dogs and eventually you would get a new breed of dog. Well, it's still a dog. It's not a lizard or some other type of creature or "species" as evolutionists would say. And to this point there is no evidence of such a change (I would argue that we will never see such evidence). Just try your experiment with a rabbit and a dog and see what happens. Nothing because they are a different "species" or "kind" which is why the Bible says "after there own kind". No one denies that changes occur within a "species" i.e.: humans living longer or growing taller or a wolf's fur changing colour etc. But the fact remains, we are still human and the wolf is still a wolf. We are not a new "species" and neither is the wolf when compared to our forefathers or the wolf compared to its ancestors. Essentially, a dog by any other name is still a dog.
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