BioLogos published an article by @glipsnort on population genetics and Adam and Eve.
This is easily the best article on the topic published by them. By far. They are lucky to have scientist of @glipsnort’s caliber writing for them.
@glipsnort posted on our forum about it. He also privately asked me specifically to publicly give a response. Here is a paraphrase of my response:
While there is much to praise about this article, but I think it fails to make its case due to some significant and critical omissions.
@glipsnort wanted to know. So, I briefly explained the first omission. In my view, he has ignored a significant active challenges to his conclusions from several respected scientists, including both @John_Harshman and Dennis Venema. @glipsnort responded that this was irrelevant to his paper. I disagree. This is how I expanded on the first omission, and and explained why it is relevant to this new article by @glipsnort:
I look forward to hearing his response to his article. It seems that he could address with some fairly straightforward edits to his article, or a follow up article.
On a different note, but still relevant to this thread, next week I am presenting a response to his paper at the ASA. This paper will make clear another substantial omission, one that is even more significant than the one I describe here. This will be an academic paper. I will look forward to seeing @glipsnort’s response to that paper too.