The Parade of Chimps

on October 22, 2007

The chimp and human genome have more differences than previously thought.

A recent headline claims, “Chimps More Evolved Than Humans.” The chimp genome (by some evolutionists’ thinking) has seen greater evolution than humans since they went their separate ways seven million years ago.

For the creationist, though, such a claim only reinforces the contention that chimps have more differences than previously thought. Humans, on the other hand, are closely related to their first parents on the Ark—Noah and his wife.

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