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Modern science is giving us even more windows into this enigma of antiquity. The more we learn about the origin of species, the more hints we gain into Noah’s vistas. The stamp of the Flood reverberates all the way down to the present day—in the form of genetics.
For detailed research on this topic, see the following Answers Research Journal papers:
All of these data together lead to testable scientific predictions that put the evolutionary and old-earth creation models to shame.
When God created the kinds, He frontloaded them with genetic differences—with the potential to form all sorts of new species and varieties.
The major remaining question is how tens of thousands of species could arise in a few thousand years.
We need to know how these Ark ancestors can multiply fast enough to generate enough bodies to possess these new traits.
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.
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.
After the animals Noah took on board the Ark survived the Flood and stepped off the ship around 4,500 years ago, where did they go? What was their fate?
If you search Genesis 1–11, you won’t find an explicit time stamp for the disembarking event. So when did the Ark land? When did animals restart their lives?
Male and female animals were on board Noah’s Ark to reproduce after the Flood. This has profound ramifications for identifying what the kinds looked like.
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.
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