Here is an example, from the Princeton Alumni Weekly. The writer, one Mr. S., is hopelessly confused about what evolution is:
Evolution is the transition from one species to another...
No, that's not what evolution is. Evolution is the change in allele frequencies in a population over time.
To support his mistaken belief, he quotes from a PBS website:
"The evolutionary process of speciation is how one population of a species changes over time to the point where that population is distinct and can no longer interbreed with the ‘parent’ population."
But that is evidently a definition of "speciation", not "evolution". How confused do you have to be to not understand that?
Mr. S. goes on to
- use the hoary old "finches remained finches" argument
- claim that microevolution is not evolution (which is about as silly as claiming that a microcomputer is not a computer, or micromotion is not motion)
- claim that "the change of one species to another — is assumed and has not been observed" (which can be easily refuted by consulting any textbook on evolution, or here or here).