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Since species are defined by traits and characteristics that are heritable, the origin of species is a fundamentally genetic question.
Careful reexamination of the first two chapters of Darwin’s seminal work, On the Origin of Species, leads to a surprising conclusion.
Despite his Herculean reading, his conclusions and advice to creationists illustrate the limits of analyzing a movement from a distance.
Today’s species are the link between the past and the present. The genetics of the species around us today contain the echo of the Ark.
The more we learn about the origin of species, the more we know about Noah’s Ark. The Flood reverberates to the present day in the form of genetics.
These results underscore the biblical model of human origins and simultaneously undercut the validity of the evolutionary out-of-Africa model.PDF Download
This study shows that created heterozygosity, together with natural processes that are observable, is sufficient to account for species’ diversity.PDF Download
Brandon Ambrosino's article about AiG undermines his own position—and illustrates how hostile media often help the very activities they’re trying to oppose.
Kenneth Keathley distinguishes our view from universal common ancestry, but putting “Ken Ham Embraces Evolution” as the title of his post is highly misleading.
New data agree with the expectations from D-loop results, further confirming the origin of humans within 6000 years and rejecting evolutionary timescales.PDF Download
The mechanism of speciation remains one of the most contested scientific questions among both evolutionists and creationists.PDF Download
In this three-part ~35,000-word response, Guliuzza (2014a, b, c) fails to clearly define his terms and/or use them consistently.PDF Download
The young-earth creation model currently lacks a robust explanation for molecular diversity.PDF Download
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