The red shift does not qualify as extra ordinary evidence. Who has ever seen a red shift anyway?<quoted text>
That's not true. It is observed, via the red shift.
We can determine the best possible available explanation through testing.
I agree that it would take a significant amount of evidence to bolster any particular theory of abiogenesis.
Many new species have been created in labs or seen arising in nature.
Being outnumbered does not make a victory impossible. Numbers are only one factor in a battle. There is also leadership, military tactics, quality of troop equipment, quality of troop training, environment, morale, supplies, etc.
So explain again what was impossible.
No one i have ever met or read has ever observed one specie changing into another. I've read this is possible. In fact, its my understanding that there are no transitional fossils that clearly show such changes.
I didn't say it was impossible but that if you compare what Alexander had with some of the armies he faced he should not have won. There is no extra ordinary evidence that shows why he won.
If people want to demand that Christians have extra ordinary evidence for their beliefs then we will insist the same principle applies to other claims in science and history. What we have seen is that many scientific and historical claims cannot live up to this principle either.