Tag: Research

Pre-Flood vrs Post-Flood diversity

Pre-Flood vrs Post-Flood diversity

Something that intrigues people who think about the pre-flood world is, what would it have looked like? Besides the climate considerations, which tend to be the focus of the conversation when the pre-fall world comes up, there is the question of what did the pre-fall organisms look like? While there is no definitive way know, … Continue reading Pre-Flood vrs Post-Flood diversity

Crunching Numbers

Crunching Numbers

I've recently been seeing some "thought leaders" in mainline evangelical Christianity posting about a book entitled Myth of the Dying Church which apparently released recently.  Many of these "thought leaders" are crowing over the book, claiming that the church itself is doing fine and no major issues.  This is utter hubris.  The church in America is … Continue reading Crunching Numbers

Enhanced Cognitum Supported by Evidence

Enhanced Cognitum Supported by Evidence

Some of you may remember the extensive series we did at the end of last year and into this year on baraminology methods and proposing our own model, the enhanced cognitum model.  One of the tenets of the model is that, in the absence of hybridization information, the morphology of the organism should be the … Continue reading Enhanced Cognitum Supported by Evidence

Created Plant Reproduction

Created Plant Reproduction

I've been doing a ton of research into plants recently, specifically into plant polyploidy. What I have been learning may result in me editing my previous lengthy discussion of polyploidy.  For the moment, I've left it unedited, but do not be surprised if an editors note appears at the top of that article at some … Continue reading Created Plant Reproduction