Abiogenesis and evolution are different topics. Evolution is supported by a massive amount of evidence and abiogenesis is not. Evolution has many well-established mechanisms while abiogenesis has nothing more than a myriad of speculations supported by slim amounts of circumstantial evidence. Evolution comes with a track record of success; abiogenesis does not. There is a Theory of Evolution; there is no Theory of Abiogenesis. Evolution is a core element of biology; abiogenesis is largely ignored. Since the two are not equally supported or understood, why treat them the same by reacting to a denial of abiogeneis as if it were a denial of evolution?
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