Bear with me while I explain a basic scientific concept so you will get my point. Ring species, as many of you know, are one of the more interesting illustrations of evolution.
They are species which have spread out and migrated and as they have, they have drifted apart and diversified, and as they spread around a geographical barrier, like spreading around a mountain range or the coasts of an ocean, they eventually become so different that they can all breed with the population adjacent to them, but by the time they make it around the mountain they can no longer breed with their more distant cousins, thus forming a new species. So popualtion A can breed with population B, B with C, C with D and so on, but population F cannot breed with the original population A. This, aside from being a perfect example of evolution and speciation, also demonstrates that the lines between species can be very blurry as they are loose definitions at best.
Anyway, this is a very well-known evidence for evolution and hardly a debate goes by in which it isn’t eventually brought up, but it occurred to me I couldn’t remember a creationist rebuttal to this. So I went looking for one. First I went to the biggest and most popular creationist website by far, answers in genesis. I typed into google “ring species” site:answersingenesis.org and got…
So I searched creationism.org:
Then godandscience.org, the only other uber-popular creationist site I could think of that has tons of articles, and while it gave two pages of results every last one was from the forum, one of them was “Big list of evolution evidences I can’t refute” which was a creationist giving a list of evidenced for evolution they couldn’t find a response to searching high and low on the internet.
That, I think, really sums up the creationist/anti-evolution proponent’s position… “Your search [proof of evolution] site:[creationist website] did not match any documents”.