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)
This article will be a bit of a change of pace from what has been previously covered. Up to now, the focus has been entirely on the created kind and the Linnaean species. However, in order to understand the deeper difference between a kind and a species, a surface knowledge of genetics and inheritance is … Continue reading Genetic Boundaries (Research Article)
It is certainly fair to question why the Biblical kind is a better concept than any given species concept. After all, the species idea has been around for centuries and has been functional for the purposes of science, at least so we have been told. That being the case, why should we replace it with this new, Biblical kind model that has never been used for science? That is a fair question. It raises a very interesting point. Are species even real?
As mentioned in the preceding article of this series, one of the frequent accusations made against creationists by evolutionists is that Noah could not have fit all the animal species on the Ark. Considering there are around 6.5 million land animal species known to science, this would be a fair accusation if the word “kind” … Continue reading Species vrs Kind (Research Article)