Tag: Baraminology

Baraminology of Butterflyfish

Baraminology of Butterflyfish

Some of the most colorful and conspicuous of the reef fishes are the members of the family Chaetodontidae, better known as the butterflyfishes.  There are around one hundred and thirty species classified within the family, most of which are confined to one genus. Based on the enhanced cognitum concept of baraminology that has been previously … Continue reading Baraminology of Butterflyfish

Modeling the Biblical Kind (Research Article)

Modeling the Biblical Kind (Research Article)

Up to this point in this article series, we have only discussed background. The point of this article series is to model a Biblical kind, then use it to inform our studies of baraminology.  However, all the background was necessary to understand why the Biblical kind model must be so intricate. It has to balance … Continue reading Modeling the Biblical Kind (Research Article)

Hybridization (Research Article)

Hybridization (Research Article)

We’ve referenced hybridization multiple times throughout this article series but not discussed what it is. To an extent that is not needed.  Most people somewhat intuitively know what a hybrid is. However, given what we discussed about species in earlier chapters, an in-depth analysis is needed to determine what we mean when we discuss hybridization. … Continue reading Hybridization (Research Article)