…natural selection can be made to explain opposed and even mutually contradictory individual adaptations. For example, Darwinists claim that camouflage coloring and mimicry (as in leaf insects) is adaptive and will be selected for, yet they also claim that warning coloration (the wasp’s stripes) is adaptive and will be selected for. Yet if both propositions are true, any kind of coloration will have some adaptive value, whether it is partly camouflage or partly warning, and will be selected for.
— Richard Milton, Shattering the Myths of Darwinism, p. 130
Apparently, when his book appeared, Milton was accused of being a fundamentalist Christian, an accusation which not only offended but perplexed him. Surely that would never happen in 2011.