Scientists talk a lot about the origin of new species. It's been referred to as being "nearly synonymous with evolution" and regularly features in biology textbooks as one of if not the primary evidence for evolution. Yet, as I've previously written on the pages of this blog, speciation provides no evidence for evolution. Yet researchers … Continue reading The Resurrecting Species
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-viz6i-aa35e1 Host Emory Moynagh talks post-flood speciation models and what likely happened when the animals got off the Ark.
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-syens-a8c377 Host Emory Moynagh discusses the problems evolutionists have with species and asks if they are real units of nature or not.
Editors Note: This is a sneak peak into the research on created kinds currently underway. Enjoy it. 🙂 Evolution is predicated on change. This change is postulated to occur by changes in genotype as well as mutational change. Darwin, the man credited with sparking the rise of evolutionary ideology, was motivated to consider these … Continue reading Why Species?