Tag: Natural Selection

RESEARCH ARTICLE: Alternative Models

RESEARCH ARTICLE: Alternative Models

As mentioned in the previous chapter,  there are some creationists who have recognized that natural selection is given near-god-like power in the evolutionary dogma and have rejected natural selection as a result. While they are incorrect in rejecting selection, as was explained in the last chapter, that does not mean that their models are necessarily … Continue reading RESEARCH ARTICLE: Alternative Models

RESEARCH ARTICLE: Does Natural Selection “Degrade God”?

RESEARCH ARTICLE: Does Natural Selection “Degrade God”?

The title of this chapter is deliberately provocative, but is also a quote from Mike Riddle, head of Creation Training Initiative, and former speaker for Answers in Genesis. Riddle made the comment offhand during a lecture he delivered in Washington state in answer to an audience question.[1] Riddle’s comment represents a secondary trend in creationist … Continue reading RESEARCH ARTICLE: Does Natural Selection “Degrade God”?

Preview: Upcoming Research Project

Preview: Upcoming Research Project

A question that has been bounced around in creationist circles for a number of years now relates to natural selection. The question is simple and is in fact, the title of this study: is natural selection enough? This question is incredibly important to determine the origin of variation within the created kinds.  However, the question … Continue reading Preview: Upcoming Research Project