Tag Archives: origin of species

Replacing Darwin

New Origin of Species butterfly artwork

Science has come a long way since Darwin made his claims in the 1800s. Several remarkable scientific discoveries have been made that shed new light on the earth’s origins. In addition, much of the evidence Darwin presented for his argument no longer seems like clear evidence for evolution. What if Darwin was looking at the same evidence today using modern science; would his conclusions be the same?…

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Hundreds of Thousands of Species in a Few Thousand Years?

Sugar sprinkle 100's and 1000's

A recent review paper proposed a controversial claim—that the vast majority of animal species arose contemporary with modern humans. Not surprisingly, this claim was met with backlash from the evolutionary community. On what basis did the authors make this wide-reaching claim? Is their assertion true? Furthermore, what ramifications do their data have for the creationist explanation of the origin of species from the originally created min or “kinds”?

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Darwinism

Charles Darwin and the Origin of Species

Darwinism is a belief system based on the biological evolutionary theories that were presented by Charles Darwin. The theory uses natural selection as a means to explain how and which individuals of species survive and reproduce. Charles Darwin was the creator of this theory, but he did not create the name Darwinism. It was a English biologist named Thomas Henry Huxley that came up with the term. Darwinism is also known as the Darwinian theory…

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Norway’s Redchat Defies Evolutionary Speciation

Redchat bird Norway artwork

When investigating true-vs.-false controversies, words are very important. Yet Christians sometimes unintentionally perpetuate false teachings by using misleading terms that accommodate evolutionary assumptions. This is what law courts call confusion of issues, a truth-interference problem so serious that trial judges, invoking Evidence Rule 403, ban such confusing terminology when admitting trial evidence…

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